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Written by Shane d. Williams   
Thursday, 15 November 2012 00:00

Gregory Faull and John McAfeeSince 2010, American National John McAfee has been publicly accused of bribery, keeping unlicensed guns and ammunition, drug production and now murder. He has faced all those public allegations and never had he tried to avoid law enforcement officers nor has he been charged with a crime. To the contrary, McAfee maintained friendly relationships and constantly made donations to the law enforcement authority in communities he lived. However, the man, who has never ran before, has been on the run since police found his neighbour with a bullet to the back of his head at about 8 a.m. on Sunday, November 11th.


52-year-old U.S. national Gregory Viant Faull was found in his San Pedro Town home lying face up in a pool of blood with a gunshot wound to the back of his head. His housekeeper discovered the body at 7:20 a.m. Sunday when she reported to work to start her daily chores. Faull was last seen alive sometime around 10 p.m. the previous night. He lived alone and there was no sign of forced entry. According to police reports, Faull’s laptop computer and iPhone were missing. The body was found in the living room of the upper flat of the building and a single 9 mm expended shell was found at the stairs leading up to the upper flat of the building.

Police have not made any arrests for the murder as yet. They are following multiple leads in an investigation that will see several people questioned. One person that police are seeking for questioning is McAfee. He is Faull’s neighbour in San Pedro. Faull had recently made a complaint to the Town Council about McAfee’s dogs being a nuisance to him and others. Those dogs were poisoned on the night of Friday, November 9th, and Faull was killed sometime between 10 p.m. on Saturday, November 10th, and 7:20 a.m. on Sunday, November 11th.

Since going into hiding, McAfee has spoken to Josh Davis of “WIRED Magazine”. In an interview with Davis, McAfee was asked “Why not get a lawyer and turn yourself in?” The question seemed hilarious to McAfee who responded, “The last time a person turned themself in was shot in police custody. His name was Arthur Young…” Young was a notorious killer and criminal mastermind whose name and deeds will be remembered for at least a generation after his. If Young is the best case comparison McAfee can think of, then it says a lot about his belief in his own innocence.

Police’s investigation into the murder of Gregory Viant Faull continues.