Apple security exec asks court to toss bribery charge in Santa Clara County concealed-gun probe

A top Apple security executive charged in a Santa Clara County corruption probe is seeking his case’s dismissal on the grounds that prosecutors have no clear evidence his proposed donation of iPads to the sheriff’s office was a bribe to hasten concealed-gun permits for his employees.

In a motion filed Thursday in the county Superior Court, attorneys for Thomas Moyer argue that the district attorney’s office not only failed to prove Moyer was trying to bribe anyone, but gave grand jurors bad instructions for determining who had to benefit from the donation for it to qualify as a bribe.

“The Santa Clara District Attorney has ignored

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