Rev. Harry Jackson

‘They hacked into my records’

SOUNDBITES — “Well, Bill, they hacked into my records, found out when I registered to vote in the District of Columbia. They printed in two newspapers my home address and the addresses of houses I own in the Maryland region, outside D.C. And there have been e-mails that have gone forth saying they want to destroy my church. Kind of amazing, isn’t it?” —Anti-gay marriage activist Rev. Harry Jackson, an hoping to repeal D.C. support of out-of-state same-sex marriages, making an ill-fated challenge to reports that he doesn’t meet residency requirements for filing a repeal. A decision on the repeal effort could come today. [The O’Reilly Factor/Washington City Paper]