Loc: Alexandria, VA
If your house gets robbed, and you file a report with the police, does that make you responsible for any raids that might occur in attempting to catch the culprit?
If the entirety of any supposed string-pulling by Apple consists of simply filing a complaint -- as any sensible person would do after having something stolen from them -- ... well, you're really reaching, imo ...
From what I heard it was the engineer that lost the phone that filed the complaint. Of course, that was days ago Öthe story has taken so many twists it's almost impossible to keep up. Now there's at least one more person (quite possibly two) involved. They are also claiming that no call may have been placed to Apple after all Öhis friend "said he was going to call Applecare".
I'll side with the judge until someone else gives me a reason to doubt his judgement.
That was one of the rare cases that I disagreed with John Stewart. It sounded like he wasn't aware of all the information.
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