Apple helps track down BLM protester accused of firebombing cop cars

Apple helps track down BLM protester accused of firebombing cop cars


Apple handed over user data to the FBI that helped secure the arrest of a Black Lives Matter protester suspected of firebombing cop cars, according to a report.

The tech giant responded to a request from the feds for the iCloud information of the suspect, Kelly Jackson, by turning over his iPhone photos stored on the server, Forbes reported.

Jackson, 20, was busted last week on charges for trying to set two police vehicles on fire during a May 30 protest in Seattle, federal prosecutors said.

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The FBI had been tipped off to his identity, then obtained Verizon records that revealed his location during the protests, as well as that he was using an iPhone 7, according to a search warrant obtained by the magazine.

Federal agents contacted Apple and were given screenshots hosted in his photo library, which included an image of an Instagram post promoting the protest as “The Defiant Walk of Resistance Against Injustice,” the outlet

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