I apologize for my absence from the blog. I took some alone time – much needed, and I took time to collect my thoughts and my data.
I am safe now, in the country in which I grew up, went to school, got married and had children. It is a country of laws and due process. It is a country that allows freedom of speech – something that I have dearly missed in the 5 years I spent in Belize.
On January 3rd, 2013, I will say what I could not say while in Belize. It is a long story and the writing is not yet finished. Most of my friends who are implicated in the story have now left Belize and are in places of safety. The few who remain are in unassailable positions of power or influence and my story will not affect them greatly.
The story begins two days after the first raid on my property in Orange Walk, when it became clear that I would not be receiving an apology for the raid. So I did what I do best – collect information. Information is, I believe, the ultimate power. People sometimes forget that I founded one of the largest computer security firms in the world, and I didn’t achieve that by not knowing how to access protected or secret information. You can’t build an ultimate lock, for example, if you don’t know how to pick locks. I pick information locks as someone with my background should be expected to do – with ease.
What I discovered changed my life. When I post the story on the 3rd, it may change yours. It will certainly change the lives of the Prime Minister and few cabinet ministers in the Belizean Government.
In the meantime I will post some benign Christmas spirit posts, beginning with the escape from Belize that Sam and I engineered. I hope to have it up tomorrow.