National Security Expert Ilana Freedman on Philip Haney: “He Was a Committed Christian. I Believe He Was Murdered. He Didn’t Commit Suicide”

DHS whistleblower Philip Haney was found dead on Friday night outside of San Francisco.
The whistleblower against the Obama administration was shot dead near his vehicle in California.

Haney told Sean Hannity in 2016 that he was ordered during the Obama administration to scrub the record of Muslims in the US with terrorist ties.

Haney had reportedly been missing since Wednesday. A weapon was found at the scene of his death.

Kristinn Taylor reported on Saturday — Almador County officials called the shooting a “suicide.”

Phil Haney spoke out against CAIR in an interview in October with Barry Nussbaum on American Truth Project.

Philip Haney also spoke out against the Muslim Brotherhood’s infiltration of the US government back in October.

On Sunday The Gateway Pundit spoke with national security specialist Ilana Freedman who had worked with Philip Haney. Ilana said she was very surprised to hear the news about Philip. Phil wrote a promotion for her book. Ilana told The Gateway Pundit, “I believe he was murdered. I don’t believe it was suicide. I am an intelligence analyst. What I see here is something very nasty. He thought several weeks ago he might be assassinated. Philip said if he were killed it would absolutely would not be suicide.”


Ilana added that people who knew him believed he would never commit suicide. “He was a very religious man who believed suicide was a sin. A fellow associate I know said Philip stated several times that if he was accused of suicide not to believe it. He said that to a lot of people.” And Ilana spoke about a project Philip Haney was working on that was going to be published this year. He had very serious allegations. Phil claimed the terror attacks in California and Florida could have been prevented.

Many of Philip Haney’s friends say he was happy and looking forward to his upcoming marriage.

The Gateway Pundit also spoke today with Rep. Steve King (R-IA) who was Philip Haney’s friend.
Rep. King posted this tweet on Saturday:

Rep. King knew Phil Haney since he outed himself as a whistleblower during the Obama years.

Steve said whatever Philip Haney told you, “you could by golly believe.” Steve also had Haney as a guest speaker during an event in Iowa to promote his book.

Rep. King told The Gateway Pundit, “I don’t believe Phil Haney committed suicide. Phil was a committed Christian.”

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