John McAfee, the former security-software mogul wanted by police in connection to a murder in Belize last weekend, stays on the lam because Belize authorities will execute him. At least that's what the 67-year-old fugitive told The Telegraph in a phone interview from an unknown location. "What one can expect is that GSU ... will beat me soundly until I confess to a multitude of sins ... and then just simply execute me," he said, adding that he did not kill his neighbor. "Good Lord. I just cannot conceive of myself doing anything like that." McAfee has also been communicating with Wired magazine, describing his evasion tactics: lying on the floors of taxis and traveling by boat, to name a few.