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John McAfee: My Options Are Diminishing

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John McAfee: My Options Are Diminishing
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At 3:30 AM, John McAfee, who is still in hiding from police in Belize, posted to his blog that his “options are diminishing,” as his sources indicate that armed forces are “closing in”.

If you haven’t been keeping up with the saga, you can start here.

McAfee writes:

Chad Essley, in the event of my arrest, has over 2 million words – posts that he will continue to publish – words that I, and others, have written over the past seven months. He has 9,000 photos, and thousands of hours of audio and video. These will be released in the time frame that I have instructed. A good story depends, most of all, on proper timing.

I have been asked why I don’t release everything at once. This is the bane of the modern press. The mass of information is too great for an intelligent digestion in the time frame allotted to a journalist prior to the publisher’s deadline. The press stories will describe what they allways describe – a twisted shadow in an ill-lit room. I must control the flow, so that the necessary glue of understanding has time to set.

Whatever happens to me, please continue to support the cause of justice in this country. Belize is one of the smallest countries in the world, and you may feel that it is not worth the effort, considering the magnitude of injustice that exists worldwide, but if we can’t fix the smallest part of anything, then what hope is there for the whole.

A few hours later, another post was made under the title “Police Caught With Their Pants Down,” which includes this video:

As you may know, you can keep up with McAfee’s side of the story not only on his blog, but with his Twitter account. He also has a Facebook page.

John McAfee: My Options Are Diminishing
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  • http://webpronews.com Debra Littlepage

    I think that the US needs to help him, I have been to other counties and I would like to be in his shoes. They did not do anything to help Natalie Hollaway the law in Aruba. The man is scared and I do not think that he killed anyone, I think he was set up.

  • Jess

    Unfortunately, its doubtful we will ever learn the truth. Look at wikileaks…would we have ever believed that those things actually happened? While people are proclaiming this man is crazy, keep in mind what our government, not to mention other governments, are capable of. Never say never…

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