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"There are a lot of serious crimes that get committed in California that don't get these kinds of resources," said Michael Risher, staff attorney at the Northern California chapter of the American Civil Liberties Union.

 

"Hopefully sooner rather than later we will know what's going on here and whether their actions were justified."


This can never be justified. Nor was it ever lawfully or legally necessary.

 

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"It's the iPolice," said Steve Meister, a former Los Angeles County deputy district attorney. "This whole thing appears, rightly or wrongly, to be law enforcement doing the bidding of a private company."

The task force, called REACT (for Rapid Enforcement Allied Computer Team), is a kind of SWAT team, chartered in 1997 to focus on "large-scale crimes that victimize the high technology industry in the Bay Area."

The unit is composed of 30 investigators and prosecutors on loan from local, state and federal agencies in the Bay Area, including the FBI and the Secret Service. These various jurisdictions cover some of the salary costs under their own budgets; the rest of comes from a $2.3-million allotment from the state and Santa Clara County.

Led by the Santa Clara County district attorney's office the task force investigates a variety of fraud, piracy and identity theft cases on behalf of both individuals and corporations.

But the recent raid has renewed worries about the close ties between the industry and specialized enforcement units such as REACT. One concern is that Apple and other high-profile tech companies, because of the economic benefits they bring to the state and their close relations with REACT, get a higher level of service and attention than other businesses and individuals. In 2008, technology industry payrolls pumped more than $100 billion into the California economy.

"There are a lot of serious crimes that get committed in California that don't get these kinds of resources," said Michael Risher, staff attorney at the Northern California chapter of the American Civil Liberties Union.

"Hopefully sooner rather than later we will know what's going on here and whether their actions were justified."

 

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THEY ALL IGNORED THEIR OATHS, THE FACTS, THE RULES THE LAW AND THE 5TH AND 6TH AMENDMENTS AND PROCEEDED FORWARD WITH A SELECTIVVE PERSECUTION IN A SECRET HEARING.

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