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Software company founder John McAfee is photographed after being arrested in Guatemala City

Flight carrying McAfee arrives in Miami

MIAMI — Anti-virus software founder John McAfee has arrived in Miami after being deported from Guatemala.

Miami International Airport spokesman Greg Chin said the American Airlines commercial jet carrying McAfee landed shortly before 7 p.m. Wednesday. There was no immediate sign of McAfee or information as to where he was headed.

Chin said McAfee would be escorted by federal authorities after he cleared customs and would not appear in public parts of the terminal.

Frank Medina was a passenger on the plane. He said McAfee was taken off the plane before everyone else.

McAfee was expelled from Guatemala earlier Wednesday. He had sneaked into the country from Belize, where authorities want to question him in the homicide of a neighbor.

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