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Department of Homeland Security officer Philip Haney saw something nobody else in the intelligence and law-enforcement community was seeing.
Four years before the Boston Marathon bombing, he began developing a file on the mosque attended by the perpetrators of the attack, the Tsarnaev brothers. The information Haney uploaded to a National Targeting Center database – which is available to Department of Homeland Security officers at the nation’s ports of entry – documented the Islamic Society of Boston’s extensive ties to terrorism.
One day after the April 15, 2013, attack that killed three people and injured 264 more, a Saudi student who was at the scene, Abdul Rahman Ali Alharbi, was under investigation.
Haney, with a nexus to the case because of his ongoing investigation of the Boston mosque, searched Alharbi’s name in one of the NTC databases.
Bingo. Alharbi’s file showed he was an armed and dangerous terrorist who was about to be deported.
Philip Haney presents the untold story behind the scenes of the Boston Marathon bombing and much more in “See Something, Say Nothing: A Homeland Security Officer Exposes the Government’s Submission to Jihad.”
Haney brought the information to the attention of the House Committee on Homeland Security, and later that week, Rep. Jeff Duncan, R-S.C., confronted then-DHS Secretary Janet Napolitano with it.
Citing the DHS slogan “If you see something, say something,” Duncan asked why someone who not only was at the scene of the bombing, but also described by authorities as a person of interest in the case, was about to be deported.
An indignant Napolitano refused to answer, ridiculing Duncan for asking a question she said was “so full of misstatements and misapprehensions that it’s just not worthy of an answer.”
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To this day, many of the details of the Saudi’s entrance and exit from the Boston story remain a mystery to the public.
But Haney, as a central figure behind the scenes of the investigation, tells his role in the story for the first time in his new book, published by WND Books and co-authored with WND News Editor Art Moore, “See Something, Say Nothing: A Homeland Security Officer Exposes the Government’s Submission to Jihad.”
In the book, officially released Tuesday, Haney presents first-hand evidence that Napolitano either lied to Congress or was grossly misled by her staff and that she and her boss, President Obama, were protecting Saudi Arabia and a citizen the U.S. government regarded as a potential armed and dangerous terrorist.
But the story didn’t end with Napolitano’s public testimony. Somehow, the information Philip gave to the House Committee on Homeland Security was leaked to the Fox News Channel’s Bret Baier and to Glenn Beck, founder of The Blaze.
On the Fox News Channel’s “The O’Reilly Factor,” Beck held up a piece of paper claiming it was proof positive that authorities had designated Alharbi as a terrorist and intended to deport him to his home country of Saudi Arabia.
One year after the bombing, Alharbi filed a lawsuit against Beck, claiming libel, slander and defamation. The case likely will go to trial this year.
“See Something, Say Nothing” presents many more remarkable accounts of what Haney saw during his nearly 14 years as a founding member of DHS. In short, he saw concern for the civil rights and civil liberties of foreigners and subversive Islamic groups – political correctness – take precedent over national security.
And for DHS officers who take their oath seriously, Haney discovered, the consequence of following the evidence where it leads often is punishment by a politically motivated administration
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