Stevieslaw Exclusive: Slicing an Apple

Stevieslaw Exclusive: Slicing an Apple
While the FBI is not discussing how they were able to hack into the I-phone of Syed Farook, the gunman who with his wife killed 14 people in San Bernardino in December and Apple is still insisting it can’t be done, our own intrepid reporter, Smokey Diamond, has sniffed out the rest of the story.
She reports that the I-Phone was opened by Alice and Alvin Edwards, twin children of FBI agent Keith Edwards. The twins are eleven years old and live in Detroit.
“We are a little embarrassed it took us so long to break in,” said Alice. “Dad brought it home for us to look at nearly a week ago.”
Alvin agreed and said, “what with band practice, the start of softball season and mom’s hard and fast rule that homework always comes first, we had a little problem finding the time to play with the phone.”
“The homework first rule holds even in cases of national security,” said Alice with a winning grin.
“These things take time and patience,” Alvin continued. “But in the end it wasn’t all that hard.”
“A lot easier than Junior High School algebra,” joked the twins in one voice.

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