This photo taken November 13, 2012 in Washington, DC shows a woman viewing a facebook page belonging to John McAfee(pictured). McAfee, founder of the eponymous anti-virus company, is on the run for killing another US citizen in a resort town, Belizean police said Monday. Police raided McAfee's mansion on Ambergris Caye, an island off the northeastern coast of Belize, late Sunday to question him about the murder of American Gregory Faull. But McAfee was nowhere to be found, said the head of the country's anti-organized crime brigade, Marco Vidal. Vidal told reporters that McAfee was wanted "for homicide."But McAfee told the US magazine Wired that he was in fact hiding on the property at the time, burying himself in the sand with a cardboard box over his head in order to breathe. "It was extraordinarily uncomfortable," he said. "But they will kill me if they find me." Asked about the shooting of his neighbor, McAfee said he knew "nothing" other than he had shot. The anti-virus pioneer even said he was worried that Faull's killers had actually been looking for him.    AFP  / KAREN BLEIER

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