(Bloomberg) — A California district attorney accused Apple Inc. Chief Security Officer Thomas Moyer of offering a bribe to state officials for gun licenses, according to indictments issued on Monday.
Moyer was named along with Santa Clara County Undersherrif Rick Sung and Captain James Jensen in a case that involved offering bribes in return for concealed firearms licenses, according to a court document and a statement from the Santa Clara district attorney’s office.
Ed Swanson, Moyer’s attorney, said his client is innocent. Apple was made aware of the allegations, conducted an internal investigation and found no wrongdoing, according to a company spokesman.
The two-year investigation