Not always, anyway. For instance, let’s say that you founded a company that makes a wildly popular anti-virus program for personal computers and eventually sold the company for $100 million dollars. You move to Belize. And then . . .

John McAfee, the estranged founder of the antivirus firm that bears his name, is wanted by the Belize police in connection with a murder, FoxNews.com has confirmed.

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McAfee’s life has turned in recent years from cybersecurity to drugs, guns, prostitution and violence, explained Jeff Wise, a freelance reporter who broke the story for Gizmodo. “He will tell you he moved to Belize for the good life, for the country, to rescue the Belizean people from poverty,” Wise told FoxNews.com. In reality, McAfee became embroiled in bath salts and the quest for the ultimate high, he said.

I had never even heard of “bath salts” until the cannibal incident in Florida earlier this year.

I don’t smoke pot but I am in favor of legalizing it. Not so much with the ‘harder’ drugs out there.