John McAfee, the founder of McAfee Antivirus whose bizarre saga of drugs and guns in Central America captured the nation's attention after he became a murder suspect in Belize, gave his first interview on CNBC this morning. McAfee returned to U.S. soil this week having been deported by Guatemalan authorities after a brief stint in jail (during which he suffered two mild heart attacks).
In the interview, McAfee maintains he "had nothing to do with the murder of Gregory Faull," his 52-year-old former neighbor who was slain in Belize last month. In response to allegations that he's been using and/or cooking Bath Salts, McAfee had a classic "crack is wack" moment.
"Bath salts are used by people that don't have a lot of money in order to get high in a way that makes you want to eat people's faces," he said. "If I decided to start doing drugs again, I have the resources to do good drugs."
Watch the full interview above.