What D.H.S. whistleblower, Phil Haney, revealed to save lives may have cost him his

Concerns of Philip Haney, author "See Something, Say Nothing"
regarding Democrats and Islamists were shared by Egyptian Copts
Former Department of Homeland Security whistleblower Philip Haney – known for exposing how political correctness compromised national security during the George W. Bush and Barack Obama administrations – was found dead Thursday of a gunshot wound to his chest near his residence outside of Sacramento, California, World Net Daily reported on Saturday.

The circumstances of his death are still under investigation. Two officers of the Amador County Sheriff's Office confirmed Haney's death to WND but had no further information. (Note: Later reports claim that Mr. Haney was found shot through the chest, outside his car, in what police characterized as "suicide)."

Haney delivers remarks upon accepting A.F.A.'s Freedom Award in Spring 2017. He elucidated in his book how Obama had his administration force his demotion after his complaining about managers deleting thousands of Dept. of Homeland intelligence records on Islamism in the U.S. and their international networks.
Coptics Dr. Kameel Farag and Adib Ghabrial meet with Phil Haney in L.A. 2017

Haney, 66, was the co-author, with Art Moore, of the bestseller "See Something, Say Nothing," which chronicles his repeated conflict with his agency over its policy of Countering Violent Extremism. The policy was shaped in large part by Islamic supremacists and political appointees who minimize or dismiss the relationship of Islam to terrorism.

His agency's response to his efforts to identify terror threats – including the networks that later were responsible for the Boston Marathon bombing and the San Bernardino massacre – was to eliminate his intelligence, shut down his cases and punish him.

Dept. of Homeland Security patriot, Philip Haney, discusses receiving the American Freedom Award for exposing former Pres. Barack Hussein Obama's duplicity in counter-terrorism management in this interview with Democracy Broadcasting/ DemoCast.