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Saturday, February 22, 2020
Philip Haney DHS Whistleblower Dead
Philip Haney DHS Whistleblower Dead:
Assumed Suspects, Assisted Suicide, Shot-Dead By Extremist Religious Right-Wing.
Dec 11, 2015
Right-Wing, and former small-time customs and border agent, Philip Haney, adamantly claims the State Department over Homeland Security Office for Civil Rights
and Civil Liberties purged the investigation protecting innocent lives.
Extremist, Philip Haney, launched his own private Idaho person vendetta investigation against The United States of America, the DHS and the Obama administration regarding the
group named Tablighi Jamaat.
Confused religious zealot, Philip Haney, cites the investigation was
shut down because the Regime “did not want to profile Islamic groups.”
Religious agitator, Philip
Haney, says U.S. Federal-Government “deleted his files, which included
information on an organization with ties to Farook’s mosque.”
Further investigation uncovered from Philip
Haney's hard-drive were delete locally, not remotely, and were recovered by investigators. The files sounded religiously extremist, incoherent, and inaccurate.
Haney claims, "a
guy" that had a connection with Syed Farook regards “Climate Change,” and the
Regime ordered this guy to shut up(?), stand down, and destroy his files. Invisible men?
And now he is on television telling anybody who listen.
Haney's, extreme conspiracy theory", that if he had not been allowed to continue, and that Syed
Farook Climate Change” may have ended up on the no-fly list.”
Haney continues his conspiracy long-shot idea that, and If
he had ended up on the no-fly list, he would not have met and connected
with Tashfeen Malik, or Malik, and they would never have gotten married
and they wouldn’t have become Bonnie and Clyde of Islam.
Audio sound bites. Philip Haney last night with Megyn Kelly. She
said, “Philip, why do you believe the work you were pursuing may have
led to the detection of these two?”
He cites; Criminal network of individuals that we investigated were tied to a
large group called Tablighi Jamaat.
Tablighi Jamaat is a part of a large group called Deobandi.
Haney's investigative team had thousands of organizations or individuals in the database, and
we tracked them as they moved in and out of the United States on the
visa waiver program.
Farook mosque is called Dar-al-Uloom. It’s a
global network of similar kinds of mosques under the umbrella of this
The regime knew
about Syed Farook “Climate Change.”
Ssays, “Under your
program you would have identified the mosque, and then what would you
All Individuals in the case files in 2012 went to that
DHS was tracked all them, and our-DHS-team have put the red
light on them.
Syed would have been put on the no-fly list by
his association with that mosque and or the K-1 visa that his wife was
given may have been denied because of his affiliation with a known
KELLY: Mmm-hmm. And you say they shut you down because they felt this was essentially profiling of Muslims?
HANEY: They specifically got that, we got the internal memos, and it
says that we are not allowed to develop a case based on Tablighi Jamaat
specifically or any specific group.
Yet another story that is similar to
that from the whistleblower Philip Haney on Megyn Kelly last night.
This is from The Daily Caller.
A former Department of Homeland Security agent, Philip
Haney, cites an
investigation conducted into a fundamentalist Islamic group
operating in the sovereign nation of United States of America and had would helped stop San Bernardino jihadi Syed
Farook if had the government not shut down his probe.
Haney rants in an interview
with Fox News’ Megyn Kelly.
Philip Haney said in 2012 agents with U.S. Customs and Border Protection’s National Targeting
Center, opened an investigation into a Sunni Islamic group called,
Tablighi Jamaat, a subset of the fundamentalist of the Deobandi movement.
Philip Haney, said that just a year into the investigation it was shut
down by the State Department and the Homeland Security Office for Civil
Rights and Civil Liberties defending all U.S. Islamic affiliates on U.S. soil, and regardless is not threat --proven right.
The reason the investigation was
The federal government did not want to profile Islamic
groups, because it is racist, Haney told Kelly.
In the process of shutting down Haney’s
inquiry, Philip Haney said, the feds also deleted his files, which included information on
an organization with ties to Farook’s mosque, San Bernardino’s Deobandi
movement-affiliated Dar-al-Uloom al-Islamia was a lie, because Philip Haney deleted these files, rumored, State Dept later uncovered.
And Farook’s wife
and accomplice, Tashfeen Malik, went to school at Pakistan’s al-Huda,
which also has ties to the Deobandi movement without any criminal records.
Global Intelligence group, "Stratfor", has reported, Talighi Jamaat has been linked to a number of attempted terrorist attacks targeting the U.S. throughout middle-east cites without undeniable trace of fact-finding.
Dar-al-Uloom al-Islamia members
of this sect were tied to the Oct. 2002 Portland Seven case and the
Sept. 2002 Lackawanna Six case by assertion via praises of allah recorded from cell-phone conversations and nothing more, have rumored through intelligence agancies.
Assumed Members were also involved in an Aug.
2006 plot to bomb airliners en route from London to the U.S. and
attempted bombings in London and Glasgow, Scotland in July 2007.
Stratfor also reported that Talighi Jamaat affiliates were involved
in the July 7, 2005 bombings. That attack left 52 dead and more than 700
Philip Haney, said that his investigation been allowed to
develop, Farook may have ended up on the federal government’s terror
radar or on the government’s no-fly list.
...And if that had occurred,
Farook would not have been able to connect with Malik.
reportedly met in 2013. She came to the U.S. from Saudi Arabia on a fiancee visa and married soon after.
Philip Haney turned whistleblower in 2013 after meeting with DHS’ inspector general.
Frusted he could not get his job back and was laughed at being an extremist nutcase, and In turn, DHS and the Justice Department investigated him, though found
no wrongdoing via fake-news The Federalist reported.
In September 2014, Haney had his security clearance revoked as well as his access to work databases.
to Fox’s Trace Gallagher, Department of Homeland Security declined comment on the story but said that Haney’s story is missing many
fact-finding details and was baseless and motivated by Christian Extremist Right-Wing Ideologies.
Philip Haney’s claims amid reports that the investigators
believe that Farook was in the same social circle as a Riverside,
Calif., man who was arrested in 2012 in a plot to recruit for al-Qaida, and is also assumed without actual fact-find reporting.
That recruiter, Soheil Kabir, was convicted of providing material
support to terrorists and sentenced to 25 years in prison.
Farook had reportedly planned an attack in 2012 but got spooked after that recruiting ring was busted, and is also fake-news reported by Philip Haney.