So what about his partner in crime?
Is she going to be in an adjoining cell?
If not, why?
Draining the swamp one miscreant at a time. I do wish we could dig a wider ditch.
And guilty of witness tampering
Hopefully he will serve as a warning.
Finally, some good news.
This is exactly what is needed to put an end to this dangerous activity. It should be as widely publicized as possible.
62,999,999 to go ...
“Cosko said that hed been struggling with substance abuse and mental health issues and that the judges decision earlier this year to let him enter a treatment program was pivotal.”
Hogan said he was puzzled at how Cosko kept up work in congressional offices given the cocaine, psychedelics and alcohol he was consuming daily.
The probation office indicated hes lucky he wasnt dead, the judge said.
he worked for U.S. Sen. Maggie Hassan (D-NH) and previously worked for Sen. Barbara Boxer (D-CA). He previously worked or was an intern with the office of Sen. Dianne Feinstein, D-CA, according to Fox News. A September 2018 letter from Sheila Jackson Lee (D -TX)
Should be labeled “Dem Ex-Aide”, not Ex-Dem Aide; still a RAT, no longer an aide.
I do love a happy ending.
That’s all well and good but who was he working for that told him to do the deed? It was Hassan and it wasn’t just one but two of her aides. She’s the one who should be doing time.
His mistake was attacking GOP senators. No one has gone to jail for leaks (tax returns, etc.) related to POTUS.
Nick a senator and you get real jail time. But if a senator doxes a private citizen? (crickets)
Good grief. Are all news people ignorant or are they just plain stupid.
One does not spend four years in jail. This guy is going to prison.
Strange that Dad worked on this project, and its tunnel systems.
Greg Cosko was appointed CEO of Hathaway Dinwiddie in 1996, but his history with the company goes back even further.
Cosko first joined the company in January 1975 as an assistant payroll clerk at One Market Plaza and worked as a time keeper at the site. Over the years, he worked his way through the ranks of the company an experience he believes was instrumental in his ability to understand all facets of the business and become an effective leader.
I got to know a lot of trade workers personally that I would see in the decades that followed, he said.
His big break came in the late 1980s when he was put in charge of construction of The Getty Center in Los Angeles, which took eight years.
Steven D. Kelley - Underground City at the Getty Museum
Whistleblower Steven D. Kelley talks about his first hand experience in the firearm and optic R&D industry and how it lead him to deep place underground figuratively and literally. In this presentation Steven also shares an in depth look at the underground base at the Getty Museum.
NOV. 17, 2012
Didnt these people ever watch 24? A made up name on a burner phone.