Apple Security Chief Indicted

A new­ly released indict­ment charges Apple’s Head of Glob­al Secu­ri­ty, Thomas Moy­er, with for his alleged par­tic­i­pa­tion in a scheme to acquire con­cealed-car­ry gun per­mits for Apple’s secu­ri­ty team in exchange for pro­vid­ing cops with iPads.

On Mon­day, the office of the San­ta Clara Dis­trict Attor­ney issued an announce­ment that a grand jury inves­ti­ga­tion found that San­ta Clara Coun­ty Under­sh­er­iff Rick Sung and Cap­tain James Jensen with­held con­cealed car­ry per­mits from par­ties seek­ing to acquire them through a tra­di­tion­al appli­ca­tion process. Instead, the cops alleged­ly ran an ongo­ing oper­a­tion to pres­sure appli­cants into offer­ing goods in exchange for the per­mits. Moy­er was indict­ed for alleged­ly brib­ing an exec­u­tive offi­cer and author­i­ties said that he promised “200 iPads worth close to $70,000″ in exchange for the approval of four con­cealed-car­ry licens­es. An insur­ance bro­ker named Harpreet Chad­ha was also accused of promis­ing $6,000 worth of lux­u­ry box seat tick­ets to a San Jose Sharks hock­ey game in exchange for the cov­et­ed permits.

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