Sep 17, 2020
Apple Aids FBI in Protester Firebombing Investigation
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Apple has turned over information on firebombing suspect Kelly Jackson, according to a report by Forbes published Monday morning.
The iDevice megacorporation seems to be cooperating with a federal investigation, despite an earlier conflict with the Trump administration in January over access to data stored on iPhones belonging to the Saudi terrorist who killed three U.S. sailors in Pensacola, Florida.
When the FBI received a tip about the identity of a suspect who allegedly firebombed two police vehicles in Seattle, WA, during the violent protests that erupted on May 30 after the death of George Floyd, they obtained Verizon account records as part of their investigation. The records confirmed Jackson’s location, what calls he made, and the phone used to do it.
The FBI then contacted Apple with a request for information on the iPhone 7’s iCloud account. Apple reportedly complied, sending federal investigators a wealth of potential evidence — including numerous photos and screenshots. One of these was a list of ingredients for the infamous “Molotov cocktail.”
Video footage gathered from the cloud also showed hands opening a bag with a bottle inside, and a similar bottle being thrown into the open window of a patrol car. There was additional footage of the thrower celebrating afterward, though his face was not visible. Jackson’s face was visible, however, in an image taken later the same day, on the same phone, wearing what appears to be the same sweatshirt.
Jackson has since been arrested for “unlawful possession of a destructive device and arson.” He has yet to file a plea, and his lawyer has not commented on the matter.
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Prince Andrew faces more pressure to talk as Jeffrey Epstein’s chef starts ‘fully cooperating’ with the FBI
PRINCE Andrew faces further pressure to speak to investigators after Jeffrey Epstein's chef began "fully cooperating" with the FBI.
Chef Adam Perry Lang worked for the paedo financier between 1999 and 2003.Prince Andrew faces fresh pressures to cooperate 6Chef Adam Perry Lang volunteered himself to the FBICredit: Rex Features
Authorities quizzed the cook who is "fully cooperating," The Mirror reports.
Attorney Arick Fudali, representing one of the victims, said: “We certainly hope that this may inspire other witnesses to come forward and help shed some light on Epstein’s dark scheme.”
Now the Prince faces fresh pressures to cooperate as it's revealed the chef cooked for him and traveled alongside him on Epstein's private jet.
Court documents say on he joined the Duke of York on two flights in February 1999 and one in May the following year.
The Mirror reports US prosecutors have “grown increasingly annoyed” at Andrew's dodging of questions, and will now drill the chef for info on the royal.
And earlier this month, Andrew met with the Queen for crisis talks after US prosecutors accused the duke of failing to help their investigation into paedophile Epstein and British socialite Ghislaine Maxwell.
The US Department of Justice submitted a request to the Home Office in April to speak to Andrew.
The Met has said it is willing to help. The duke’s lawyers insist they have repeatedly offered to do so.
A source said of recent developments: “The gloves are firmly off.
"Perry Lang holds information on what took place.
“They will get as much detail as possible that will help shape any interview they may one day have with the Duke.”
Lang volunteered himself up to the FBI after Andrew and Epstein accuser Virginia Guiffre wrote to him saying: “Please don’t be an enabler. Be a hero to me.”
Virginia Roberts Guiffre, 36, has accused Maxwell of arranging for her to have sex with Andrew three times in 2001. She was then 17.
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In a statement, the chef said: "“I was unaware of the depraved behaviour and have great admiration for the brave women who have come forward.”
Perry Lang’s lawyer, Lawrence Lustberg, confirmed the chef was helping the FBI.
Mr Lustberg said: “Mr Lang has begun a course of fully cooperating with the federal authorities investigating this case. He, like them and like the victims, wants only that justice be done.”Investigators in the US are reportedly getting frustrated with Andrew's stony silence 6Prince Andrew denies the allegations made against himCredit: Rex Features 6Lang once worked for pedo financier Jeffret EpsteinCredit: AP:Associated Press 6Lang volunteered his services to the FBI after Virginia Guiffre wrote to himCredit: Nine