Tuesday, March 1, 2011
Posted by Jeff Campbell in "Apple News" @ 11:35 AM
"Paul Devine, the man who last August collected a pretty lengthy list of charges against his name from the FBI and IRS -- which collectively amounted to an accusation of "screwing Apple" -- has now admitted his guilt."
Another "good man who made a mistake" fesses up and admits he is guilty as charged. It's funny how threat of prison time can really bring out the good in people isn't it? Devine has to forfeit $2.28 million in ill-gotten gains stemming from his antics involving confidential information he passed on about Apple products to suppliers. It's a lengthy list of charges, available here to peruse at the Department of Justice site. I wonder what Apple or the Department of Justice is doing about the suppliers that paid for this information?