Just when everything seemed to be getting very quiet around here … John has posted an interesting email he sent to Wired Magazine back in October 2012 … he makes some pretty bold accusations against Joshua Davis.
In his first extensive interview since he returned to U.S. soil in December, an animated McAfee agreed to meet a USA TODAY reporter at a nondescript apartment building in southeast Portland last week. For four hours, he explained his innocence, engaged in self-deprecation and eviscerated the news media for what he called exploitation.
Part Two of the USA TODAY story can be found HERE.
Good Luck to both John and Sam … we are still following along and wish you two a safe and happy future.
The second Interview John McAfee gives to Mary Emily O’Hara features McAfee hanging out with Ehren McGehey, who is best known for being shot out of a cannon and having his front tooth yanked out by a car on the MTV series Jackass.
Mary goes on to say that her next Interview takes place outside of the USA, where she meets up with John and Samantha at their new home in a secret location.
John McAfee is reporting that Prime Minister Dean Barrow is enormously pissed off about his blog whoismcafee … he goes on to post the main reason being, his accusation that Dean Barrow directly ordered the execution murder of Taylor’s Alley Gang Leader Arthur Young. He also reports there is credible information that Dean Barrow has now ordered his crew of ruthless thugs to uncover whatever evidence is necessary to implicate and charge John McAfee for the murder of Gregory Faull.
John anticipates there will be an announcement from the Belize Police department soon … he said that he is not worried though … just annoyed.
McAfee gives an interview with Mary Emily O’Hara where he says the plan is to bring Samantha, Amy, and his other young Belizean girlfriends to Portland so that they can live with him … the girls, as he refers to them, are currently hiding in Guatemala.
John says he has hired a team of lawyers to work on preparing the legal paperwork while he prepares the home nest: “This is a six bedroom place, which will be a little cramped, but we can make it work.” … however later in the week, he reports that the house is a no-go. “I was denied for the house,” he says. “I think it is the press, maybe the notoriety is not working in my favor right now.”
John McAfee sits down with Raj Mathai from NBC News and tells him his life is very different from decades ago when he started McAfee AntiVirus.
He admits money changed him. “Suddenly you have all this power and all this money. You can buy whatever you want and I did”
The two hour NBC Dateline news program which not only includes information about John McAfee, it also includes exclusive interviews with members of the Faull family reflecting on the unfortunate lack of progress in solving Gregory Faull’s murder.
You must watch this program … it is by far, the best McAfee interview yet.
The complete Dateline program has also been uploaded to YouTube in 11 parts.
We have heard that Warner Bros. has signed a deal to turn the Joshua Davis eBook into a movie. Currently John McAfee has decided to settle in Portland Oregon for the next 18 months and work with Chad Essely on his graphic novel. He has been giving many interviews since driving to Oregon in a pickup truck from Miami, such as the one where he goes on to say … The more ugly the woman, the better the sex. … and then there is the Bloomberg interview he recently posted to his blog whoismcafee.
In another interview John gave to KATU.com … reporter Emily Sinovic asks if he feels safe living in Portland Oregon?
If anybody is after me, it will be the Zeta cartel, Hezbollah. I can’t imagine Hezbollah showing up in Portland without being noticed. I mean, this doesn’t look like a place where they would fit in. Or maybe they would. I do not know. And I’m farther away from any other place in America from where the problem is.
Chad Essley sat down with Mary Emily O’Hara for an Interview and told her … he saw a potential wealthy client. So he pitched a Web animation proposal to a man whose identity he didn’t know beyond a screen handle.
The reply from the man on the message board? “‘Sure, do it,’” Essley recalls. “Then he immediately wired me $5,000. All of it. Up front. That’s when I realized who he was.”
The mystery client was John McAfee.