Apple security chief calls for bribery charge to be dismissed

Attorneys for an Apple security executive accused of attempting to bribe a sheriff’s office with iPads to get concealed carry permits have called for the corruption probe to be dismissed.


Following the indictment of both Apple Chief Security Officer Thomas Moyer and others, attorneys for the executive have argued that the case “distorted the law,” and presented no evidence. Moyer, insurance broker Harpreet Chadra, and more, are accused of offering bribes to Santa Clara Undersheriff Rick Sung and Captain James Jensen.

Read more…