US Attorney Sounds Off Damning Information On Whistleblower Death Against Obama

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US Attorney Sounds Off Damning Information On Whistleblower Death Against Obama.

Former US Attorney now Republican Congressman is raising eyebrows with his latest concerns about the death of a whistleblower from the Department of Justice.

Texas Congressman Louie Gohmert talks about the mysterious death of Justice Department whistleblower Philip Haney who testified before Congress in 2016 that he was forced to delete a trove of information on people connected with Islamic terrorism.

Earlier we reported that an Anti-Obama whistleblower Philip Haney was found dead near his car from a gunshot wound last Friday in California.

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Rumors going round have it that the death scene made it look like a suicide, but Amodor County’s Sheriff Martin Ryan wants it known that there was no decision as to the cause of death.

And now Louie Gohmert claims there is more to the whistleblower’s death than what the media is putting out as he believes Haney didn’t commit suicide.

Gohmert stated that Haney once told him that if he was to be found dead as a result of what appears to be a suicide, that it would not have infact been a suicide it would have been something much worse.

Gohmert further stated that Haney still had a whole lot of information from his days in Home Land Security and all the impropriety under the Obama administration. There are probably people who do not want their names topping investigations and Harney was working on a book were he did name names.

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Other evidence that raised concerns according to Gohmert were the fact that the scene of his death missed a thumb drive that held sensitive government information about Islamic extremists and national security that Haney often kept around his neck.

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US Attorney Sounds Off Damning Information On Whistleblower Death Against Obama

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