Blaming Apple’s head of global security: bribed $ 70k iPad for license
Thomas Moyer, Head of Global Security of the world technology giant Apple, has been accused of bribing an iPad worth $ 70,000 to obtain secret firearm licenses.
Technology giant Apple’s head of Global Security, Thomas Moyer, has been accused of bribery.
US State of California Santa Clara County Attorney Jeff Rosen announced that Apple’s Chief of Global Security, Thomas Moyer, County Sheriff Rick Sung and Sheriff Captain James Jenson were charged with soliciting bribes for secret firearm licenses.
Moyer has been accused of bribing an iPad worth $ 70,000 to obtain secret firearm licenses.
District Attorney Rosen announced that the sheriffs Rick Sung and Captain James Jenson were in connection with the incident. The prosecutor’s office drew attention to the fact that the two district sheriffs are at the center of the bribery accusation. The allegations of bribery were announced yesterday by the US California grand jury. Two police officers from California’s Santa Clara county were also charged with taking the corresponding bribe.
‘The reputation of law enforcement officers was damaged’
Santa Clara County District Attorney Jeff Rosen said in a statement on the matter, “See it as the price. It is illegal and deeply shakes the public’s trust in the criminal justice system. When high-ranking members of a law enforcement agency are at the center of a bribery scheme, this is the badge, honor, reputation of all law enforcement. and tragically tainted, “he said.