Telemarketer pleads guilty in 2002 GOP phone jamming plot Brett Murphy at 2:23 PM ET
[JURIST] Shaun Hansen, former owner of the telemarketing firm Mylo Enterprises Inc., pleaded guilty to two federal counts of conspiracy to commit interstate telephone harassment on Wednesday for his involvement in the New Hampshire GOP's 2002 phone jamming plot [Wikipedia backgrounder] against the state's Democratic Senate candidates. Prosecutors alleged that Hansen was paid $2,500 to make phone calls to jam Democratic phone lines meant to encourage voters to turn out and help voters get rides to polls on Election Day 2002. A sentencing hearing has not yet been scheduled.
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