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Published On: Thu, Oct 4th, 2018

Jackson Cosko threatened to leak ‘Senators children’s health information and socials’ after breaking into Senator Hassan’s office

Jackson Cosko, the Democratic staffer accused of “doxxing” Republican senators during the Kavanaugh confirmation fight, was caught after he snuck into a Senate Democrat’s office earlier this week and tried to use one of their computers.

Police detailed the case against Cosko on Thursday, stating that the Democratic operative has now been fired from Texas Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee’s team.

Cosko snuck into Hassan’s office on Tuesday and one of her staffers that spotted him and reported him to police, leading to his arrest.

The staffer chased him from the office, then called police after receiving an email threatening retaliation if the intrusion was reported, according to the police affidavit.

“If you tell anyone I will leak it all. Emails signal conversations gmails. Senators children’s health information and socials [sic],” the email read.

Cosko stands accused of leaking personal information, making threats, unauthorized access of a government computer, identity theft and witness tampering, all federal charges, and burglary and unlawful entry, both D.C. charges.

Police linked him to doxing of several GOP senators over the last couple of weeks. They traced the leaks of public information to the House computer network, and police indicated the leaks were related to Judge Kavanaugh’s confirmation process.

Jackson Cosko

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