“I’m NOT suicidal” Philip Haney to John B Wells in May 2017

Tried to watch The News this morning to see what is going on. Apart from the idiotic DemRats vying for the presidency, there is nothing but Coronavirus and how it’s spreading everywhere.  It’s like nothing else is happening… Clearly The Establishment is pushing this a lot at the moment for some reason!

But here’s an eyeopener: if you listen to this lengthy interview, you will hear how the Deep State perverts counter-terrorism, how they harass truth-tellers & how they haunt them out. The Obama regime was a crime spree!

Haney, one of the founding officers of Homeland Security (ret.) starts off telling us his views on how ‘the swamp’ should be drained… Obama admin whistleblower found shot to death in rural northern California https://libertyunyielding.com/2020/02… On Friday morning, 21 February, Philip Haney, a former DHS official, was found shot to death near his car at a rural highway intersection in California’s Central Valley. Haney served as a whistleblower during the Obama administration, disclosing that shortly after Obama took office, DHS analysts were required by the new administration to purge their files of carefully accumulated information on Islamist terrorism, terrorist associates, and jihadi organizations and philosophy. Haney was particularly concerned that this file purging hampered U.S. authorities in tracking and interdicting terrorist plots. In a 2016 op-ed and his best-selling book See Something, Say Nothing he reported that the mandatory destruction of files had started before the “Underwear Bomber,” Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab, made his airliner bombing attempt in December 2009. Haney also made the case to Congress that purging terrorism and jihadi ideological information had blinded U.S. agencies to the threat from the San Bernardino, California terrorists who attacked county workers at a Christmas party in December 2015, leaving 14 dead. Haney was respected by many and beloved by his friends in think tanks, the punditry, and conservative activism. They have weighed in with tributes to him since the news was first broken online at Law Enforcement Today. (Gateway Pundit picked it up shortly thereafter.) In reviewing his Facebook page as well as social media information in memorial posts, I saw plans for three get-togethers (one of which seemed to be a speaking engagement) in the coming months in 2020. One of the posts spoke of Haney traveling in an RV. A look at Plymouth, California suggests that a number of its approximately 1,000 residents (2010 Census) are RV travelers. There’s at least one big RV park on the south side of town.

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Police backtrack on Obama-era DHS whistleblower’s initial ‘suicide’ reports after his body was found by a California highway – as they reveal the FBI is examining documents and a laptop found near the scene
  • Philip Haney, who spoke out against his own agency during the Obama administration, was found dead in Plymouth, California last Friday
  • His body was found in a park and ride area near Highway 16 and Highway 124 
  • The Amador County Sheriff’s Office initially said the 66-year-old was found with what appeared to be a ‘self-inflicted gunshot wound’ 
  • The sheriff’s office have since described those initial reports as ‘misinformation’ and said they have asked the FBI for assistance in investigating Haney’s death
  • They are conducting an autopsy and examining documents, a laptop and phone records found at the scene 
  • Haney gained national attention in 2016 when he criticized the agency for its handling of radical Jihadists and Islamic extremists 
  • Source have said that Haney had been in contact with officials about possibly making a return to the DHS 

Authorities have backtracked on initial reports that a Department of Homeland Security whistleblower committed suicide after his body was found with a gunshot wound by a California highway.

Philip Haney, who spoke out against his own agency during the Obama administration, was found dead in Plymouth, about 40 miles east of Sacramento, last Friday.

His body was found in a park and ride area near Highway 16 and Highway 124.

The Amador County Sheriff’s Office initially said the 66-year-old was found with what appeared to be a ‘self-inflicted gunshot wound’.

They also said a firearm had been found next to Haney and his vehicle.

The sheriff’s office have since described those initial reports as ‘misinformation’ and said they have asked the FBI for assistance in investigating Haney’s death.

Philip Haney, who spoke out against his own agency during the Obama administration, was found dead in Plymouth, about 40 miles east of Sacramento, last Friday

Philip Haney, who spoke out against his own agency during the Obama administration, was found dead in Plymouth, about 40 miles east of Sacramento, last Friday

‘Unfortunately, there was misinformation immediately being put out that we have determined Mr Haney’s death to be a suicide. This is not the case,’ the sheriff’s office said this week.

‘We are currently in the beginning phase of our investigation and any final determination as to the cause and manner of Mr Haney’s death would be extremely premature and inappropriate.

‘No determination will be made until all evidence is examined and analyzed.’

The sheriff’s office has scheduled a forensic autopsy to be carried out on Haney’s body.

They have also enlisted the help of the FBI to analyze documents, phone records and a laptop that were recovered from the scene and Haney’s RV.

‘We are currently in possession of his vehicle, the firearm located at the scene and his RV and we will be requesting evidence processing assistance from the FBI on those items as well,’ the sheriff’s office said.

Authorities said they are also checking for surveillance video from the area.

The area where Haney’s body was found is less than three miles away from the RV park where he was living at the time.

Several months before his death, Haney – who formally retired from the DHS in 2015 – told the Washington Examiner that he was considering a sequel to his 2016 book that detailed his experiences within the agency.

He had intended to publish it in mid-spring ahead of this year’s election.

Source have also said that Haney had been in contact with officials about possibly making a return to the the DHS.

The sheriff's office has enlisted the help of the FBI to analyze documents, phone records and a laptop that were recovered from the scene and Haney's RV, which was three miles from where he was found

The sheriff’s office has enlisted the help of the FBI to analyze documents, phone records and a laptop that were recovered from the scene and Haney’s RV, which was three miles from where he was found

His body was found in a park and ride area near Highway 16 and Highway 124 in Plymouth, about 40 miles east of Sacramento, last Friday

His body was found in a park and ride area near Highway 16 and Highway 124 in Plymouth, about 40 miles east of Sacramento, last Friday

Haney gained national attention in 2016 when he criticized the agency during his testimony before the Senate Judiciary Committeefor its handling of radical Jihadists and Islamic extremists

Haney gained national attention in 2016 when he criticized the agency during his testimony before the Senate Judiciary Committeefor its handling of radical Jihadists and Islamic extremists

DHS whistleblower Philip Haney criticized the agency in 2016

Haney gained national attention in 2016 when he criticized the agency – which at the time was under the Obama administration – for its handling of radical Jihadists and Islamic extremists.

He testified before the Senate Judiciary Committee that the DHS ordered him in 2009 to delete hundreds of files that showed links between people and Islamic terror groups.

Several months before his death, Haney - who formally retired from the DHS in 2015 - told the Washington Examiner that he was considering a sequel to his 2016 book (above) that detailed his experiences within the agency

Several months before his death, Haney – who formally retired from the DHS in 2015 – told the Washington Examiner that he was considering a sequel to his 2016 book (above) that detailed his experiences within the agency

The whistleblower testified that several terror attacks in the U.S. could have been thwarted if some of those files had not been deleted.

In an opinion piece for the Hill prior to his testimony, Haney wrote: ‘It is very plausible that one or more of the subsequent terror attacks on the homeland could have been prevented if more subject matter experts in the Department of Homeland Security had been allowed to do our jobs back in late 2009.

‘It is demoralizing – and infuriating – that today, those elusive dots are even harder to find, and harder to connect, than they were during the winter of 2009.’

At the time of Haney’s testimony, Republicans questioned former Obama-era DHS Secretary Jet Johnson about the allegations.

Senator Ted Cruz asked: ‘Was Mr Haney’s testimony that the Department of Homeland Security order over 800 documents… altered or deleted accurate?’

Johnson replied he had ‘no idea’ and denied knowing who Haney was.

‘I don’t know who Mr Haney is. I wouldn’t know him if he walked into the room,’ he said.

The Amador County Sheriff's Office initially said the 66-year-old was found with what appeared to be a 'self-inflicted gunshot wound'. The sheriff's office have since described those initial reports as 'misinformation' and said they have asked the FBI for assistance in investigating Haney's death

The Amador County Sheriff’s Office initially said the 66-year-old was found with what appeared to be a ‘self-inflicted gunshot wound’. The sheriff’s office have since described those initial reports as ‘misinformation’ and said they have asked the FBI for assistance in investigating Haney’s death

 

3 thoughts on ““I’m NOT suicidal” Philip Haney to John B Wells in May 2017”

  1. Re: “there is nothing but Coronavirus and how it’s spreading everywhere. It’s like nothing else is happening… Clearly The Establishment is pushing this a lot at the moment for some reason!”

    … and just like that, no more “HONG KONG PROTESTS!”

    😉

  2. Re: “Several months before his death, Haney – who formally retired from the DHS in 2015 – told the Washington Examiner that he was considering a sequel to his 2016 book that detailed his experiences within the agency. He had intended to publish it in mid-spring ahead of this year’s election. Source have also said that Haney had been in contact with officials about possibly making a return to the the DHS.”

    In other words, the Deep State traitors at DHS were afraid Trump would put Haney in charge of the DHS, and he would out and jail them for treason – so they quickly murdered him.

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