UK judge that forced Apple to apologize to Samsung now works for… Samsung Posted on Thursday, February 28th, 2013 at 7:27 am. PTWritten by Jim Dalrymple Absolutely crazy. mvcmendes Is he the one that accused Apple of ‘lack of integrity’ over his own quote that the Tab wasn’t as cool as the iPad? I see. Adriano Geletes Yep. Jeremiah For the least ethical tech company on the planet that the courts have yet to smack down, this is par for the course. BC2009 The courts can smack down Samsung all they want, but they tend to get pardoned by their own executive branch in South Korea when the get convicted. tylernol you cant make this shit up,… satcomer Wow! I didn’t realize the U.K. was so corrupt! corruptbritsRus You’re welcome! We’re very polite about it though. kibbles stunned Sebastian Paul Isn’t it funny how all the Apple haters said that Apple bribed Lucy Koh and all the other judges that decided in favor for Apple – but the company with a CEO that was sentenced (and later pardoned, you can think of that what you want^^) for a few years of (suspended) jail time because his company bribed prosecutors, judges and politicians in South Korea is somehow the good guy? Jeff Zugale I have two reactions to this: 1. THA FUHHH???! and 2. (channeling Gruber) Shocker. BC2009 You don’t think Samsung would bribe a public official, do you?/s Jack First tech journalism, now patent judges. There’s good money to be made in being anti-Apple. Moeskido Private sector, baby. Chris Lu Whats absolutely crazy is:The fact that you don’t realize that 3 judges made the decision, not just one.That this judge doesn’t work for Samsung, he is being paid to be an expert witness in an ITC case against Ericsson.Kind of makes your and your fan’s feigned anger all the more hilarious. Corruptination So he’s not being paid directly, but he is being paid to work for their legal team. Not much of a difference – he’s still getting money from Samsung no matter how you slice it.Sure, he’s one of 3 judges, but he’s also the one that accused Apple of lacking “integrity”. If you can’t see the irony there you need to get out of the reality distortion field. Wenzel Massag That’s how capitalism works guys. What did you expect? A fair trial? The last one was in Guantanamo… Has anyone ever Watched “Damages”? It’s probably the most realistic law TV-Show ever.Of course we need to do something about it, but the solution is either very complex or just crashing the system.