Hillary and Tina cover the Stono Rebellion and former staff member to US Senator Maggie Hassan, Jackson Cosko.
In the 18th century, most of South Carolina’s population was enslaved. BUT, when slaves learned that Florida offered a chance of freedom, they revolted and this became one of the largest slave rebellions in US history.
Jackson Cosko worked as a computer systems analyst for US Senator Maggie Hassan in DC. BUT when he seeks revenge for what he believes to be an unfair termination, Cosko’s retaliation LAN him in court.
STONO REBELLION (1739)
Stono's Rebellion September 9, 1739
The Stono Rebellion: Crash Course Black American History #6
Stono Rebellion Historical Marker--Photo by Henry of Saussure Copeland (CC BY-NC 2.0) via Black Past
Stono River Map--via Library of Congress
The United States Attorney's Office (District of Columbia)
District Man Sentenced to Four Years for Stealing Senate Information and Illegally Posting Restricted Information of U.S. Senators on Wikipedia
Ex-Hassan aide sentenced to 4 years for doxing senators--By JOSH GERSTEIN
Jackson Cosko: 5 Fast Facts You Need to Know
United States Capitol Police
U.S. Capitol Police Make Arrest for the Doxxing of U.S. Senator
Former Senate staffer admits to doxxing five senators on Wikipedia--By Adi Robertson
Former Senate Aide Gets Probation For Helping Dox Republicans Over Kavanaugh Hearings--by Bobby Allyn
The Washington Post
Former Democratic aide pleads guilty to ‘doxing’ GOP senators, threatening employee--by Spencer S. Hsu
The Curious Case of Jackson Cosko--by Jacob Ellis
Jackson Cosko--via the Tennessee Star
Brett Kavanaugh--by Fred Schilling/Public Domain