Posted on | September 8, 2013 | 39 Comments
During the 2011 union-thug campaign to recall Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker, a guy using the online handle “The_Hatchet” participated in a distributed denial of service (DDOS) attack on Web sites involving Koch Industries. The Left demonized the Kochs in the same way the Left had previously demonized, inter alia, Karl Rove, Halliburton and the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, because having a demonized scapegoat is necessary to the Left’s worldview.
If “The_Hatchet” thought his online anonymity would protect him while he committed federal crimes, he thought wrong:
A Missouri man will plead guilty for his role in connection with a 2011 series of cyberattacks on websites associated with Koch Industries that occurred during the recall protests against Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker.
From the Smoking Gun:
In a plea agreement struck with Department of Justice lawyers, Christopher Sudlik acknowledged his role in early-2011 distributed denial of service (DDoS) attacks on several Koch-related web sites. As part of the deal, a copy of which was filed this week in U.S. District Court, prosecutors have agreed to recommend that Sudlik be sentenced to two years probation on the misdemeanor charge.
Sudlik is actually the second individual charged in connection with the same attacks. This past March, Eric Rosol of Black Creek, Wisconsin was charged with one count of conspiracy to damage a protected computer and one count of damaging a protected computer, for his role in the cyberattack on Koch Industries sites.
Read the rest at Legal Insurrection. These felonious assclowns had their heyday of terroristic mob intimidation, and there isn’t enough Desitin on the planet to heal their butthurt now.