Wired reporter live-tweets murder suspect McAfee’s run from police; Updated

Twitchy told you yesterday about the bizarre murder case involving anti-virus software king John McAfee in Belize.

He is now on the run from police — and Wired reporter Joshua Davis has been in contact with McAfee since last night.

This morning, Davis live-tweeted breaking news of McAfee’s continued attempt to evade arrest.

The end? We’re staying wired to Davis’s Twitter feed for the latest. News at the speed of tweet.

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Update:

The plot thickens.

In September of this year, McAfee published a diary in three parts of his recent “adventures” in Belize on a private message board, where he described how his life had been transformedโ€”and according to McAfee, threatenedโ€”over the last two years by corruption in government both local and national, as well as his taking on of a personal harem of local women. One woman, “Amber Smith,” according to McAfee, was an assassin. He called the story “Darkness Falls.”

What follows is a thoroughly bizarre, rambling mess born out of McAfee’s “unstable mind.” McAfee is most definitely a very disturbed man.

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Update:

Joshua Davis has resumed communication with McAfee:

According to Davis, McAfee is claiming to have taken some drastic measures to evade capture:

Update, Wednesday, Nov. 14:

More this morning on McAfee’s disguise and the detention of his friends:

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