- Aug 4, 2015
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Is your keyboard set on 'Ignorant', or is what you're typing all coming from YOU?“Damaging information on powerful people” No, he didn’t.
Haney testified before Congress and exposed damaging - verified - information...and Haney stated he has more.
"While testifying as a whistleblower before the Senate Judiciary Committee in June 2016, Haney asserted that DHS ordered him to delete hundreds of files of people with links to Islamist terrorist groups. He argued that authorities could have prevented several terrorist attacks in the U.S. if DHS had not scrubbed specific data."
Haney was in possession of an archive of information he considered an insurance policy in case he was ever found dead. “He insured his life by archiving data that incriminated the highest levels of the Obama administration."
If this is true and if this was a homicide, the information was not purged and could still be released.
Haney had recently been in touch with editors about his second book on this information, and he was eager to get to work to write and release the sequel.
"One America News Network (OANN) reporter and veteran intelligence officer of the U.S. Navy, Jack Posobiec, suggested on Twitter that Haney’s death could be a homicide.
“I can confirm at @OANN we are investigating the suspicious death of DHS whistleblower Phil Haney,” Posobiec tweeted on Saturday. “We have spoken with local sources that suggest this may have been a homicide”:
As the coroner stated, rumors that Haney's death was / is a 'suicide' is 'misinformation', not official. The investigation is on-going.
US professor arrested, accused of hiding relationship with Chinese university