US computer anti-virus software pioneer John McAfee said he was delighted Wednesday to be heading home to America after a three-week ordeal on the run from a murder probe in neighboring Belize, but felt a decade older.
US anti-virus software pioneer John McAfee smiles as he arrives at the Aurora international airport in Guatemala City on December 12, 2012. McAfee said he was delighted Wednesday to be heading home to America after a three-week ordeal on the run from a murder probe in neighboring Belize, but felt a decade older.
"I am wonderful, thank you. I am going to America, to Miami," he told AFPTV before boarding a plane to Florida.
"Happiness, I am very glad to be going home," said 67-year-old McAfee, who was expelled to the United States, averting at least for now deportation to Belize where he is wanted for questioning in his neighbor's murder.
McAfee said he is not sure what the next immediate step in his life will be but he will eventually make a film about his life.
"I am going to do the movie, yes," he said.
Asked about the effect of his adventure in Central America, he said: "I got 10 years older."
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