Definition of doxxer – publishing or identifying information about (a particular individual) on the Internet, typically with malicious intent.
Just take a good look at this vicious person called a woman.
Court documents indicate Jackson Cosko, a former Senate aide who allegedly doxxed Republican Senators during Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh’s confirmation possessed hoards of sensitive government information.
(A fine is not good enough. The judge has to make an example of these government workers who think stealing government information is no big deal. It is time to put a good hook into them – where it hurts – in their pocket book and jail time.)
Cosko, a Bernie Sanders supporter, comes from an elite family with ties to California Senator Dianne Feinstein – the Senate Judiciary Committee’s ranking member.
Some Republicans suggested Feinstein timed the leak of an uncorroborated sexual assault allegation against Kavanaugh to block his path to confirmation.
Now, prosecutors signaled they might give Cosko a plea deal preventing the facts of the case from ever being publicly disclosed.
(Here we go again – letting the crooks loose again with a plea deal. Stop being so lenient – that is why they commit these crimes because they know nothing will happen to them.)
The Daily Caller’s Luke Rosiak reports:
During Justice Brett Kavanaugh’s September 2018 confirmation hearing, Cosko — a former IT aide who once managed Democratic New Hampshire Sen. Maggie Hassan’s office computer accounts — allegedly posted to Wikipedia the home addresses of Republican senators who supported the Supreme Court justice.
“I own EVERYTHING,” Cosko told a Hassan aide who caught him in the act, according to prosecutors. “If you tell anyone I will leak it all. Emails signal conversations gmails.”
Information revealed in court since then suggested that might not have been a bluff. U.S. District Judge Thomas Hogan on Jan. 24 said Cosko allegedly possessed terabytes of information, including Senate data so sensitive that it could not be discussed in open court.
“He downloaded more information than was originally understood. There is no combination of conditions that could ensure the safety of the community,” Hogan said in December 2018.
What a sorry lot!