WASHINGTON — The FBI arrested a man connected to former Democratic Rep. Katie Hill’s congressional campaign, according to a federal complaint filed in California Wednesday.
According to the complaint, the FBI arrested Arthur Dam, whose wife worked for Hill’s campaign, accusing him of coordinating four DDoS attacks against her opponent.
The attacks were DDoS attacks, which direct overwhelming traffic to a website in an effort to crash it.
The account that Dam used to attack the site was closed the day the Rolling Stone story was published, according to the complaint.
The FBI interviewed both Dam and O’Hara at their home in Santa Monica, California, in November 2019, according to the complaint.

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