Apple and the FBI are set to battle in court for the first time on Tuesday over the San Bernardino shooter’s locked iPhone. The government is trying to force Apple to unlock an iPhone used by Syed Farook, one of the two assailants who killed 14 people in last December’s terror attack. The outcome of the case could set an important precedent in the fight over whether law enforcement should have guaranteed access to encrypted communications — an issue Congress has not weighed in on despite a bevy of legislation and a newly established working group. This will take place in a Federal courtroom in Liberal California in the city of Riverside. Judge Sheri Pym who is overseeing this case actually favors Involuntary servitude. Which goes against the 13th amendment of the US Constitution which abolished slavery and involuntary servitude, except as punishment for a crime. So this in fact goes against Apple's 13th amendment right due to the terrorist are the ones who committed the crime and not Apple. Before this court case takes place tomorrow, Ms. Pym has already ordered Apple to use its own resources, uncompensated, to help the federal government access the contents of a cell phone used by one of the San Bernardino shooters. So it seems the Federal government and Obama DOJ have gotten what they wanted in a judge. This Judge has seemed to of forgotten her oath, but pretty sure it never met anything to her anyways. So America be prepared that Apple looses out in this case and has to hand over the encryption software to the Feds. The funny thing is Apple will just probably make a new phone after this.