A number of the victims of the San Bernardino attack, which killed 14 people and wounded 22 others, will issue a legal brief in support of the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s attempt to make Apple help unlock the iPhone of gunman Syed Farook, according to Southern California newspaper, The Press-Enterprise.

Stephen Larson of the law firm Larson O’Brien, who did not name the victims he represents, told the outlet he would be filing an amicus brief, a document that provides advice to the court.

“The victims have the greatest interest of all in finding out why this terrible event took place and what our government and law enforcement can do to bring everyone involved in this to justice and ensure the best that we can, something like this never happens again,” Larson said. Read more…

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San Bernardino victims to voice support for FBI in iPhone case