What are you going on about? The ONLY statement of facts Apple made is that Rubin worked for them in the early 90's... fact, and his supervisors were working on the "Real-time API patent"... fact.. Exceptionally easy to prove both things.
FWIW if you didn't notice the Apple comments were made in connection with an ITC hearing and not a "full patent infringement trial" and no where did Apple indicate Rubin "stole" anything. It was a simple "hey he worked here about the same time so maybe there's dots to connect" in an attempt to make an HTC statement sound disingenuous . Apparently you didn't read Apple's statement in context. Would you like me to point you to the correct document? I was looking at it a little earlier at EDIS.
I read them all. As I'm sure you did, but as usual for a troll you carefully chose which parts to talk about and which parts to omit.
Apple specifically brought up Rubin in the ITC hearing. As Foss points out: "But Apple now asserts -- in a filing with the ITC, which means Apple has a legal obligation to make truthful representations of fact".
While it's true Apple didn't specifically list what they know about Rubin, they're still putting their neck on the line. Apple isn't like Samsung, Google or you - they don't play games with little sound bites that are half-truths in order to sway public opinion or confuse juries/courts. Make no mistake - had things with HTC continued on in the court cases filed in different jurisdictions this would come back to haunt them. And if Apple has plans to bring the 263 patent up in future cases (which is a strong possibility) then they would have also shot themselves in the foot by bringing Rubin into the mix if there wasn't anything more than "hey he worked for us".
You can bet Apple knows exactly what he worked on, but has no plans to make this information public (such as in a court filing) until such time as the stakes are high enough (like a case against Google or Samsung).
Apple has more to think about than a single ITC ruling, something you can't seem to grasp.