Phil Haney, found dead gunshot, before releasing sequel to his See Something Say Nothing book

athenasius

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https://www.washingtonexaminer.com/...r-found-dead-with-gunshot-wound-in-california

I'm going to excerpt this story and quote it then comment below in another post. This is HUGE. Mr.Haney was one of the BIGGEST most honest whistleblowers, often found on Fox News, who embarrassed the Obama administration. He wrote SEE SOMETHING SAY NOTHING detailing the failures of the Dept of Homeland Security (DHS).

HAD EVERYTHING to live for --recently engaged, due to have another sequel set to launch this spring detailing even MORE of how the deep state betrayed America into the hands of her enemies.

I'm going to BOLD out bits that are particularly important and I quote the WHOLE thing here in case more suddenly gets redacted, because stuff was already removed according to the editor of the Washington Examiner that the source wanted pulled.

HERE IS THE ARTICLE:
"Philip Haney, a former Department of Homeland Security official during the Obama administration who blew the whistle on his own agency, was found dead Friday with a gunshot wound about 40 miles east of Sacramento, California.

The Amador County Sheriff's Office confirmed to the Washington Examiner that deputies and detectives responded to reports Friday morning at 10:12 a.m. of a male subject on the ground with a gunshot wound in the area of Highway 124 and Highway 16 in Plymouth, California.

"Upon their arrival, they located and identified 66-year-old Philip Haney, who was deceased and appeared to have suffered a single, self-inflicted gunshot wound. A firearm was located next to Haney and his vehicle. This investigation is active and ongoing. No further details will be released at this time," the sheriff's office said in a statement.

The Amador County Sheriff's Office would not respond to any further questions.

Haney's stepmother, Judith Haney, told the Washington Examiner that law enforcement took possession of the former DHS official's cellphone and laptop.

"[The police] haven't made a conclusion. They're not releasing anything. They said it could be days or weeks," she said. "So, we really don't know anything concrete."

According to sources close to Haney, he was recently in contact with top officials about returning to work for the DHS. Additionally, Haney was engaged to be married.

As a whistleblower, Haney testified before the Senate Judiciary Committee in June 2016 that DHS ordered him to delete hundreds of files of people with ties to Islamist terrorist groups, arguing several terrorist attacks against people in the United States could have been prevented if certain files had not been scrubbed.


“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,” Haney wrote in an opinion piece for the Hill in February 2016. “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.”

Republicans on Capitol Hill questioned former President Barack Obama's homeland security secretary, Jeh Johnson, about Haney’s allegations.

"Was Mr. Haney's testimony that the Department of Homeland Security order over 800 documents ... altered or deleted accurate?" Sen. Ted Cruz, a Texas Republican, asked Johnson, who bristled at the question.

"I have no idea. I don't know who Mr. Haney is. I wouldn't know him if he walked into the room," he said.

The Washington Examiner received a text message from Haney on Nov. 11 which mentioned plans to write a sequel to his first book, See Something, Say Nothing: A Homeland Security Officer Exposes the Government's Submission to Jihad, which described his experience at DHS.

"Odd (surreal reality) that I was a highly visible whistleblower ... that virtually no one listened to, while this guy remains invisible, but is treated like an anointed oracle from above," Haney said in the Nov. 11 text, referring to alleged Ukraine whistleblower Eric Ciaramella. "However, my story is still live, i.e., there's still more to come. It'll be called 'National Security Meltdown.'"


Haney added, "I have a severely hyper-organized archive of everything that's happened since See Something, Say Nothing (SSSN) was published in May of 2016. The National Security Meltdown sequel will pick up right where SSSN left off. My intention is to have it ready by early-to mid-Spring of 2020 (just before the political sound wave hits), then ride that wave all the way to the Nov. elections."


Editor's note: This story has been changed to remove information that was withdrawn by a source after publication. "
 

athenasius

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Ok single gun shot wound. To the chest apparently if this next article was correct: https://tennesseestar.com/2020/02/2...haney-found-dead-with-gunshot-wound-to-chest/

Gun found nearby. Oh REALLY?

This is so fishy it stinks to high heaven!! :pray ing for his family for their comfort.
AMEN to that! I am horrified. I've listened to him in the past, always thought he was highly credible and very damaging to the Obama team's narrative, proving them to be liars from beginning to end.
 

TrustinHim

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https://www.washingtonexaminer.com/...r-found-dead-with-gunshot-wound-in-california

I'm going to excerpt this story and quote it then comment below in another post. This is HUGE. Mr.Haney was one of the BIGGEST most honest whistleblowers, often found on Fox News, who embarrassed the Obama administration. He wrote SEE SOMETHING SAY NOTHING detailing the failures of the Dept of Homeland Security (DHS).

HAD EVERYTHING to live for --recently engaged, due to have another sequel set to launch this spring detailing even MORE of how the deep state betrayed America into the hands of her enemies.

I'm going to BOLD out bits that are particularly important and I quote the WHOLE thing here in case more suddenly gets redacted, because stuff was already removed according to the editor of the Washington Examiner that the source wanted pulled.

HERE IS THE ARTICLE:
"Philip Haney, a former Department of Homeland Security official during the Obama administration who blew the whistle on his own agency, was found dead Friday with a gunshot wound about 40 miles east of Sacramento, California.

The Amador County Sheriff's Office confirmed to the Washington Examiner that deputies and detectives responded to reports Friday morning at 10:12 a.m. of a male subject on the ground with a gunshot wound in the area of Highway 124 and Highway 16 in Plymouth, California.

"Upon their arrival, they located and identified 66-year-old Philip Haney, who was deceased and appeared to have suffered a single, self-inflicted gunshot wound. A firearm was located next to Haney and his vehicle. This investigation is active and ongoing. No further details will be released at this time," the sheriff's office said in a statement.

The Amador County Sheriff's Office would not respond to any further questions.

Haney's stepmother, Judith Haney, told the Washington Examiner that law enforcement took possession of the former DHS official's cellphone and laptop.

"[The police] haven't made a conclusion. They're not releasing anything. They said it could be days or weeks," she said. "So, we really don't know anything concrete."

According to sources close to Haney, he was recently in contact with top officials about returning to work for the DHS. Additionally, Haney was engaged to be married.

As a whistleblower, Haney testified before the Senate Judiciary Committee in June 2016 that DHS ordered him to delete hundreds of files of people with ties to Islamist terrorist groups, arguing several terrorist attacks against people in the United States could have been prevented if certain files had not been scrubbed.


“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,” Haney wrote in an opinion piece for the Hill in February 2016. “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.”

Republicans on Capitol Hill questioned former President Barack Obama's homeland security secretary, Jeh Johnson, about Haney’s allegations.

"Was Mr. Haney's testimony that the Department of Homeland Security order over 800 documents ... altered or deleted accurate?" Sen. Ted Cruz, a Texas Republican, asked Johnson, who bristled at the question.

"I have no idea. I don't know who Mr. Haney is. I wouldn't know him if he walked into the room," he said.

The Washington Examiner received a text message from Haney on Nov. 11 which mentioned plans to write a sequel to his first book, See Something, Say Nothing: A Homeland Security Officer Exposes the Government's Submission to Jihad, which described his experience at DHS.

"Odd (surreal reality) that I was a highly visible whistleblower ... that virtually no one listened to, while this guy remains invisible, but is treated like an anointed oracle from above," Haney said in the Nov. 11 text, referring to alleged Ukraine whistleblower Eric Ciaramella. "However, my story is still live, i.e., there's still more to come. It'll be called 'National Security Meltdown.'"


Haney added, "I have a severely hyper-organized archive of everything that's happened since See Something, Say Nothing (SSSN) was published in May of 2016. The National Security Meltdown sequel will pick up right where SSSN left off. My intention is to have it ready by early-to mid-Spring of 2020 (just before the political sound wave hits), then ride that wave all the way to the Nov. elections."


Editor's note: This story has been changed to remove information that was withdrawn by a source after publication. "
Almost every posting of this story is followed by comments showing a complete disbelief of the suicide story. If the DOJ doesn't immediately launch an investigation it may show how far the U.S. has been corrupted, very disturbing if this gets ignored.
 

athenasius

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Thing is, he said his book would blow the election wide open IN TRUMPS BENEFIT. He was saying he had stuff on the swamp rats, and he did. I hope he was saved, oh I hope so. I REALLY liked him, he was one of the heroes, one of the good guys, someone who epitomized a real American man with guts and a clear eye, and a very very finely honed sense of reality and TRUTH. A courageous gentleman to the CORE!

I am sick to heart, and yes, I'm grieving someone I never met.

IT HAPPENED ON FRIDAY --- the day that anyone wanting to BURY A NEWS ITEM will make sure it hits the news!!!!

Friday is ALWAYS the day that bad news is released, in the hopes that the weekend will put some distance to the story, and people won't back up and say HEY WHAT JUST HAPPENED HERE?
 
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vbf

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Anytime someone in the obama and/or clinton orbits ends up dead, I'm immediately suspicious, especially if they were reporting contrary to the best interest of the aforementioned.

Moreover, gunshot wounds to the chest are statistically improbable given the vast majority of suicides using firearms are to the head.
 

mattfivefour

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Jan Markell was a friend of Phil Haney and does not believe he killed himself. Neither does Republican congressman Steve King who posted the following on Twitter, Saturday evening: “Phil Haney was a friend & patriot. He was a target because of all he knew of Islamic terrorist coverups. He insured his life by archiving data that incriminated the highest levels of the Obama administration. Phil Haney didn’t kill himself. RIP, Phil.”

I have read See Something Say Nothing and was shocked at the corruption involved in the US Federal Government in terms of its protection of Islam.
 

DanLMP

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Their was an item on Jan Markell's website about this. Yes it was she who spoke with him.

From FrontPage News, Lloyd Billingsley: Who Killed Phillip Haney -

“On February 21, 2020 at approximately 1012 hours,” according to Amador County, California sheriff-coroner Martin A. Ryan, “deputies and detectives responded to the area of Highway 124 and Highway 16 in Plymouth to the report of a male subject on the ground with a gunshot wound. Upon their arrival, they located and identified 66-year-old Philip Haney, who was deceased and appeared to have suffered a single, self-inflicted gunshot wound. A firearm was located next to Haney and his vehicle. This investigation is active and ongoing. No further details will be released at this time.”

The establishment media ignored the story but as Michelle Mears noted in the California Globe, Haney’s relatives and friends did not believe he had killed himself. That left the question of motive, and high on the list of suspects would be Islamic terrorists.

Haney was a UC Riverside alum who worked as a field agricultural entomologist in the Middle East, where he began studying Arabic and the Quran. In a 2016 interview, Frank Gaffney asked Haney to comment on the behavior of “Islamic supremacists” and their doctrine of shariah.

“Some people have heard about ants, how they leave scent trails,” Haney said. “And other insects do it, too, so they can follow each other around and not get lost. Well, that’s essentially what shariah is. That is the universe that Muslims live inside, it forms the boundaries of the world that they live in. And their attempt to implement shariah on a global basis, from their perspective, is an attempt to establish order in this chaotic, violent world that we live in. That’s why they always say that Islam is a religion of peace. Because for them, shariah equals peace.”

The erudite Haney proved adept at tracking terrorist groups, but as he explained in The Hill on May 5, 2016, the Department of Homeland Security ordered him “to delete or modify several hundred records of individuals tied to designated Islamist terror groups like Hamas from the important federal database, the Treasury Enforcement Communications System (TECS).”

As Haney told Gaffney, “The mosque that [San Bernardino terrorist] Syed Farook attended was part of that Tablighi Jamaat network. The administration deleted sixty-seven records out of the system that I had worked on as a component of the Tablighi case.” So those still part of that terrorist network might have a motive to silence Haney, who provided a broader picture in See Something Say Nothing: A Homeland Security Officer Exposes the Government's Submission to Jihad.

Haney also authored Frontpage articles such as, “Deobond Attacks in San Bernardino, Sri Lanka,” “The Terrorist Ties that Bind,” and “The Assembly of Muslim Jurists of America’s Ominous Post-Election Statement.” That extensive piece, Haney wrote at the end, was “Finished at 2017 hours on January 19, 2017, the evening before the Inauguration of Donald J. Trump as President.”

Trump called out Islamic terrorism and according to Kerry Picket in the Washington Examiner, Haney was “recently in contact with top officials about returning to work for the DHS.” That would not please the DHS holdovers who went after Haney for telling the truth about Islamic terrorists.

After Haney’s testimony to the Senate Judiciary Committee in 2016, Sen. Ted Cruz asked Jeh Johnson, DHS Secretary from 2013-17, if Haney’s testimony was accurate. “I have no idea. I don’t know who Mr. Haney is,” Johnson replied. “I wouldn’t know him if he walked into the room.”

Haney said DHS investigated him nine times and revoked his security clearance. The Department of Justice charged that Haney “misused a government computer,” charges later dropped. Still, the news that Haney might be returning to DHS would not thrill POTUS 44 “wing man” Eric Holder, who has been telling reporters looking into DOJ malfeasance to “shut the hell up.”

John Durham is mounting a criminal investigation and as Sebastian Gorka explains, “the counter-coup has begun” and “the deep state beast is writing in discomfiture.” The coup clan failed to removed Trump from office and may now be convinced that Trump will be reelected. So it is entirely possible that the death of DHS whistleblower Phil Haney was the first shot fired in the deep state coverup.

“Phil had firsthand evidence that Obama was secretly advancing Islamic hegemony in the U.S.,” Haney’s friend Bill Becker, told the California Globe. “He sacrificed his career to expose it.” His suspicious death deserves an investigation by the FBI, but at this writing, nothing has been announced. As FBI critics might note, after Bernie Sanders supporter James Hodgkinson shot down Steve Scalise, an FBI special agent told reporters it was too soon to say if the shooter had deliberately targeted Republican lawmakers.

Meanwhile, according to the California Globe, friends of Phil Haney said he was “preparing to go back on the road during the 2020 election season.” That raises issues far beyond Amador County, California.

If they manage to win the White House, any of the leading Democrats would surely shut down all investigations into any misconduct by the administration of POTUS 44. At this writing, the Democrats’ leading contender is Rip Van Winkle communist Bernie Sanders, and the election takes place on November 3. As President Trump says, we’ll have to see what happens.

Mods: I quoted the full article. Cut back if needed.

The assassin(s) and their sponsor(s) are unknown at this time, and may never be know, but there is a long list of potentials. Death by suicide is a popular meme for the Clintons. Someone may have just borrowed the idea.

The people who care about this story and Phil's life is a smaller community. That's probably why certain actors felt comfortable with taking him out.

To answer an upthread question, yes, I believe that Phil was saved. I remember seeing a YouTube video back when he published with stated comments either implying he is saved or directly stating it. He was also Jewish.

I did a Google Maps of the highway intersection and there is nothing there except road, very remote. What a surprise.
 
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DanLMP

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Haney's stepmother, Judith Haney, told the Washington Examiner that law enforcement took possession of the former DHS official's cellphone and laptop.
“Phil Haney was a friend & patriot. He was a target because of all he knew of Islamic terrorist coverups. He insured his life by archiving data that incriminated the highest levels of the Obama administration. Phil Haney didn’t kill himself. RIP, Phil.”
Hopefully he did the same with the new information he had gathered.
 

StormsMom

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Yes, he was definitely saved so we can breath a sigh of relief on that angle. He was a great and very humble man. And there is no way that this was suicide. The sheriff's department has backed out of their original assumption and have now opened up the investigation to the FBI. If they do their job correctly, I think they will find that the Clintons gave the Obamas the contact info for their hit men. But I have no confidence in the FBI anymore and this investigation will end up much like the Seth Rich investigation, with nada to report.
 

DanLMP

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Phile wrote his last book with Art Moore. I don't know if he was using an additional writer for his new book but if so, they may want to get some protection.

This was a very overt action by someone. Depending on how deeply Durham is investigating he may need protection too.

It's obvious these people will do anything to protect themselves. It is only during the Trump Administration that investigations are (or can) happening. If Trump wins in November that will mean a possible 4 more years of investigations.

Things could get ugly fast.
 
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