Kickback-Accused Apple Exec Must Allow Access to Safety Deposit Boxes Before Being Released on Bail

Paul Shin Devine, a midlevel Apple global supply manager accused of accepting $1 million in kickbacks in exchange for Apple secrets has already been caught stuffing $150,000 into shoeboxes at his home. Now authorities are demanding access to his two safety deposit boxes.

The explanation given is that Devine is a great flight risk and that authorities need to know what's hiding in those safety deposit boxes before he is released on bail. [Bloomberg]


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