FBI chief says take full breath on iPhone spat

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In a shockingly frank public statement on the issues of protection and wellbeing whirling around the FBI’s request that Apple offer it some assistance with unlocking an advanced mobile phone utilized by one of the executioners in the San Bernardino, Calif., slaughter, the organization’s chief is asking that everybody “take a full breath and quit saying the world is consummation.”

“The San Bernardino suit isn’t about attempting to set a point of reference or send any sort of message. It is about the casualties and equity. Fourteen individuals were butchered and numerous more had their lives and bodies destroyed. We owe them an exhaustive and expert examination under law. That is the thing that this is. The American individuals ought to expect nothing less from the FBI,” executive Jim Comey said in a public statement discharged Sunday night.

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