WASHINGTON — A schism is emerging among family members of victims and survivors of the December’s shootings in San Bernardino, California, with at least one couple supporting Apple in its battle against a federal court order to help the FBI hack into a shooter’s locked iPhone.

Salihin Kondoker, whose wife, Anies, was shot three times during the Dec. 2 attack but survived, sent U.S. Magistrate Judge Sheri Pym a two-page letter Monday expressing support for Apple’s position in the case that has pitted digital privacy rights against national security concerns. Read more…

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Families of San Bernardino survivors are split on the Apple-FBI case