Police raid Jason Chens house after 4G iPhone leak!

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  1. Tommm

    Tommm Member

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    I don't get why they raided his house, he obviously doesn't have the iPhone anymore it was given back to Apple.

    http://techcrunch.com/2010/04/26/th...d-gizmodo-editors-house-confiscate-computers/
    http://gizmodo.com/5524843/
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    Tkf1 Community Development Staff Member

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    Call in Jack Bauer to integrate him.
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    And what's wrong with somebody from Apple just coming round and picking it up? Idiots!
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    Shows how evil crapple is.
  5. jimbeam

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    They are probably looking for evidence to see if he was knowingly in possession of stolen goods. Paying money for something you know is stolen is illegal.

    Raiding his house is a little extreme. If someone stole my iPhone and sold it and I knew who they sold it to the cops would definitely not raid a house. Just goes to show you they don't work for us, they work for whoever has the most money and power

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    Their counter-claim had better be recognised.

    Apple can't not say anything about this now.
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    Great job crapple. If it was already in their possession again why would they tell the police to raid his house?
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    The Warrant was actually invalid. There is a code that states something like the police cannot take a journalist's article as evidence to constitute a warrant. Im sure if you search hard enough you guys can find it, idk where I saw it.
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    Axis Super Moderator Staff Member

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    interrogate; otherwise, that sounds racist or extremely painful. or both.

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    edit: Apple did not do this...for those of you who seem to be blaming them.
  10. Duykur

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    Under California Law, the iPhone was stolen property.

    Jason had time to play with it, post numerous articles and even open it up without even bothering to contact the rightful owner (Whom they knew about).

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