“One of the men credited with inventing antivirus software is on the run from murder charges, according to police in Belize,” Michael Blaustein reports for The New York Post.

“John McAfee is the prime suspect in the murder of another American expatriate, Gregory Faull, who was shot once in the back of his head Saturday night in his home in San Pedro Town on the island of Ambergris Caye,” Blaustein reports, “according to tech blog Gizmodo.”

Blaustein reports, “McAfee’s motive for allegedly killing Faull, a popular builder originally from California, is unclear, but just last week Faull filed a formal complaint with the mayor’s office against McAfee because the antivirus king wildly fired guns off and exhibited ‘roguish behavior.’ The murder charges against McAfee are the latest in a long line of strange stories about the former tech titan.”

Read more in the full article here.

[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “Lynn Weiler” for the heads up.]