Prison Time for Democrat’s ‘Vicious’ doxing of Republicans
A Democrat U.S. Senate staffer, Jackson A. Cosko, who doxxed Republican senators during the nasty confirmation battle over Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh, committing what prosecutors called "the largest data breach in Senate history," was sentenced to four years imprisonment.
"It was a
rather vicious offense," Judge Hogan told
Cosko at the sentencing hearing. "You
were upset politically, perhaps you thought in today's world it's okay to lash
out because of that but it's not. There needs to be a deterrent...You put those
people in harm's way in a polarized society. You can't pass this off as simple
political extremity that is okay to do."