Obama admin whistleblower Philip Haney, a formed Dept. of Homeland Security official who testified against corruption during the Obama administration, was recently found dead on the side of the road in California.
He had an apparent gunshot wound.
Back in 2016 Haney had testified that he was directed by the Dept. of Homeland Security to "purge" tons of documents on individuals with ties to Islamic terrorist organizations. Haney went on to say that there were terrorist attacks against the U.S. that could have possibly been prevented if he was not told to get rid of the documents.
The suspicion around his death grew deeper when those close to him came forward and claimed he was planning to return to the DHS for work. And he was also reported to be in the process of writing a book exposing what happened to him during his time at DHS.
Here's more info from the Washington Examiner:
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 alive, 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."
Authorities have confirmed there is an active investigation into Haney's death and the situation surrounding it, although they have yet to release any conclusions yet.