Former assistant to two members of the Democratic Party Congress will be sentenced to four years in prison for data theft after he has been found guilty of five counts of a "doping" crime – or for publishing personal information like home addresses – five Republican senators.
Jackson Kozko was sentenced on Wednesday by Judge Thomas Hogan at the US District Court for the District of Columbia. Kosko was arrested in October 2018 for the penetration of his former employer, Senator Magi Hasan, DN.H., and theft of personal data before using several Republican Senators for "dox" by publishing his personal information contact in Wikipedia. Even after his arrest, Kozko, the presidential candidate supporter in 2020, and Vermont's Senator Bernie Sanders, continued to collect data using keystrokes that he installed on several computers in the Senate offices. The devices were only discovered after Kosko informed the authorities of their existence.
The prosecutor's condemnation memorandum describes a large portion of Kozo's accusations, including a "monthly series of thefts and complex crimes against data theft directed at Hassan's office and" malicious release "of Senator personal data Lindsay Graham, Orin Hatch, Mike Lee, Rand Paul and Mitch McConnell.
He also hinders justice by trying to "mute a witness by threatening to issue private health information for Senator children because he corrupts another man and convince her to try rhe "the scene of his thefts and try to destroy evidence in his own apartment."
The document describes the crimes of Kosko as a reflection of "intentional malice and self-sacrificing rights."
Data theft is described as the largest in Senate history, prosecutors said that Kozo's crimes were motivated by his rage that they were fired by Hasan and his political anger over the Republicans. They said he "wants to punish people who disagree with his policy."
Kosko, a self-styled supporter of Senator Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., Claims to be angry with the Republicans in the Senate for their actions during the Supreme Court. Hearings of Brett Cavana. His defense claims that their client is struggling with alcohol and drug addiction.
Prosecutors have demanded 57 months in prison for Kozko, close to a maximum sentence for his crimes: "The government believes that a significant sentence would help clarify that differences in political opinions do not entitle people to participate in politically motivated , criminal attacks that threaten selected officials with which he disagrees, and would thus encourage compliance with the law and deter future criminal behavior. "