Drug dealer asks Apple to unlock Mac that holds evidence of his innocence

William Binney is currently serving a sentence in a British prison for selling drugs. He hopes to reduce his sentence, but to do so he needs the evidence stored on the locked Mac, iMore reports.

According to the indictment, Binney criminally obtained $957,000. He claims he can prove some of the transactions were legitimate. But the evidence is stored on the Mac, and Binney forgot the access code.

He asked the court to allow him to visit the Apple Store to have employees help him unlock the Mac.

It’s unclear whether the Apple Store will be able to help him. The judge has not yet ruled on the motion.

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