Ex-Senate staffer sentenced to 4 years for ‘doxing’ GOP senators in Kavanaugh confirmation fight

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  1. watson1880

    watson1880 Founding Member

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    A U.S. judge on Wednesday sentenced a former Democratic Senate staff member to four years in prison for a burglary and hacking campaign that culminated in the single largest known theft of electronic data from the Senate and the posting of private information about Republican senators on the Internet.

    Jackson A. Cosko, 27, of the District, pleaded guilty in April to “doxing” the senators after being fired by one senator and growing angry at others while watching the Sept. 27 Senate hearing that addressed sexual assault allegations against then-Supreme Court nominee Brett M. Kavanaugh.
     
  2. Winston1

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    Good news. Justice is only just when even the politically connected are held accountable.
     
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    Interesting I can’t find a peep on this in the MSM. The Washington Post’s masthead is correct that freedom dies in the night. However they’re part of the team that’s killing it.
     

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