Friday, December 11, 2015

Former Homeland Security employee told to shut down a surveillance program

 He says he likely could have helped prevent the San Bernardino terror attack if the government had not pulled the plug on a surveillance program he was developing three years ago. Philip Haney's story has "holes" says government sources.  Yes, I'm sure.  He had links to Farook's mosque.  Malik would have been identified as she tried to enter the U.S.  Instead, she was "vetted" and found to be OK.

Political correctness run amok.

Malik ignored. 

"The attack by Farook, the U.S.-born son of Pakistani immigrants, and Malik, a Pakistani native he married in Saudi Arabia last year, has heightened security concerns in the United States and become an issue in the U.S. presidential campaign."

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