The Kremlin responds to Aeroflot smuggling arrests in the Apple Crime Blotter
Added 10-25-20 08:11:02am EST - “The strange story of Hunter Biden's MacBook, an iPhone stolen from an Erie Canal lock, sentencing for an iPhone-stealing postal worker, and more from the Apple Crime Blotter.” - Appleinsider.com
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The strange story of Hunter Biden's MacBook, an iPhone stolen from an Erie Canal lock, sentencing for an iPhone-stealing postal worker, and more from the Apple Crime Blotter.
After a federal indictment was issued October 19 against a group of ten Aeroflot airline employees accused of stealing more than a thousand Apple products, the Russian government has responded.
According to Russian news agency Tass, Aeroflot "has every opportunity to respond to the accusations."
"I am not familiar with the charges they are bringing against the Russian company. But I think that the Russian company is able to protect its interests in the appropriate manner," Dmitry Peskov, a spokesman for the Kremlin claimed.
In one of the major controversies of the final weeks of the presidential race, The New York Post reported October 14 that a MacBook Pro belonging to Hunter Biden, the son of Democratic presidential candidate Joseph Biden, showed incriminating emails involving the younger Biden's business ties. Hunter Biden was said to have dropped the computer off at a repair store in Delaware, and never retrieved it.
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