John McAfee said he was "happy" to return to America. Mr McAfee told reporters earlier today:
Was I disappointed in the Guatemalan response to my request for asylum? I anticipated it.
What we are doing is filing a series of papers, a series of filings with the court to attempt to keep me here long enough for the world to see the injustice of sending me back to Belize.
I have dual citizenship. I would be happy to go to England. I would be very happy to go to America.
America is my home, where I was raised and that's exactly what I want.
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