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SAP Exec Who Switched Barcodes At Target Cuts Plea Deal

Written by Evan Schuman
August 7th, 2013

Remember that SAP exec who last year was arrested for slapping fake barcodes on products within a Target—and his defense was that he was simply testing his company’s systems? Seems he cut a plea deal this month with county prosecutors in California, agreeing to plead guilty to one burglary count. The plea deal recommends to the judge a sentence of one month in jail, five months of home detention and three years of probation.

If he was really just testing SAP systems as his lawyer argued in court, this suggested sentence and conviction might be unwarranted. But Thomas Langenbach, VP at the SAP Integration & Certification Center (ICC) at SAP Labs at the time of his arrest (LinkedIn still has him at SAP in that role), was said by police to have then sold the merchandise on eBay. If true, that rather strongly undermines the pure research defense. East Inflatable Rentals


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