Apple’s Chief of Security indicted for $70,000 bribery charges

Thomas Moyer,  Apple’s Chief Security Officer on Monday was indicted on bribery charges along with Rick Sung after being accused of offering estimated 70,000$ worth of iPads to a sheriff’s office in exchange for concealed carry weapon permits. The investigation into the licenses had been underway for more than a year. Rosen said the “quid pro quo” arrangement is “illegal” and that it “erodes public confidence in the criminal-justice system.” The defendants have an arraignment scheduled for January 11, and they could be sentence to prison time if convicted.

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