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A former Department of Homeland Security agent says that an investigation he was conducting into a fundamentalist Islamic group operating in the U.S. may have helped stop San Bernardino jihadi Syed Farook had the government not shut down his probe.
originally posted by: Gianfar
a reply to: SevenThunders
Apparently Philip Haney's boss says that his claims are 'full of holes'. The jury is out until HS has a chance to defend it's decisions. That may occur in a court room. Also, I don't see the logic in promoting an Obama conspiracy to allow terrorist attacks, when his presidency has been widely judged on taking a strong position in protecting Americans. I think he's done much more than the average American even knows in terms of prevention.