REPORT: Man Said He Could Have STOPPED California Terror Attacks… Here’s How Obama Held Him Back
Phil Haney, a founding member of Department of Homeland Security, reported that a database he created could have helped stop the terrorist attack in San Bernardino had it not been destroyed by federal officials.
Haney, who also investigated terror groups after the 9/11 attacks, claimed that he investigated two groups with links to San Bernardino shooters Syed Farook and Tashfeen Malik. He was investigating those groups as far back as 2012.
Haney asserted that if he had been allowed to continue his investigation, it would have flagged the pair and may have stopped them from killing 14 people and injuring 21 in the Dec 2 attack.
However, as politically correct as the current administration is, Haney claimed that civil rights officials destroyed the information he spent years accumulating because they feared he was unfairly profiling Muslims. They then investigated him and ultimately stripped him of his security clearance.
Haney spoke with Fox News on Thursday and explained that in the early 2000s he had been working in a passenger analysis unit at the Department of Homeland Security in Atlanta. Part of his job was to investigate individuals and organizations with potential links to terrorist activities.
He explained that he began investigating dozens of individuals with links to a fundamentalist Pakistani group called the Deobandi Movement and its sub-groups al-Huda and Tablighi Jamaat.
What he found was that the groups were using the visa waiver program to move suspected radicalized individuals in and out of the United States, so he began
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