The defense has rested, the prosecution has rested and closing arguments will begin on Monday in the trial of Derek Chauvin, accused of killing George Floyd. The defense will continue to claim that underlying health conditions and drug use caused Floyd’s death. Chauvin has been charged with second and third degree murder and also second-degree manslaughter. The jury will be sequestered while they make their decisions. Janelle Griffith, national reporter at NBC News, joins us to recap this week of defense witnesses.
Next, in December of 2015 a terrorist attack in San Bernardino, California left more than a dozen people dead. In the aftermath of the scene, an iPhone 5c was found that belonged to one of the shooters. What kicked off after that was a fight between the DOJ and Apple to unlock that phone. Now, years later, we are finding out that the FBI turned to a little known Australian firm which used and exploit chain to finally get in. Reed Albergotti, technology reporter at the Washington Post, joins us for how a terrorist’s phone was finally unlocked.
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