Odd Reversal – California Sheriff Now Says No Conclusion of Suicide in Mysterious Death of DHS Whistle-blower…

The Armador County Sheriff’s department now appears to be walking back their initial claim of suicide in the death of DHS Whistle-blower Phillip Haney.  In addition to the announcement the sheriff’s office has requested assistance from the FBI:

From Gateway Pundit – […] “Unfortunately, there was misinformation immediately being put out that we have determined Mr. Haney’s death to be a suicide. This is not the case. We are currently in the beginning phase of our investigation and any final determination as to the cause and manner of Mr. Haney’s death would be extremely premature and inappropriate. No determination will be made until all evidence is examined and analyzed.” (read more)

Prior statement below:

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250 Responses to Odd Reversal – California Sheriff Now Says No Conclusion of Suicide in Mysterious Death of DHS Whistle-blower…

  1. Caius Lowell says:

    0bama: “Calling Chris Wray! Calling Chris Wray! Make this problem go away!”

    Liked by 11 people

  2. appraisher says:

    “In addition to the announcement the sheriff’s office has requested assistance from the FBI”
    Ah Yes, the FBI…where truth goes to die. Just ask the victims and the families of those killed in Las Vegas how well that FBI cover-up, er, “investigation” went.

    Liked by 20 people

    • tacocat43 says:

      Our local talk guy, Vince Coakley, was all over this early this morning. He never talks about what he said are conspiracy theories but he firmly stated , I do NOT think this guy killed himself. He was about to get married, has a new book coming out, and this just doesn’t make any sense”. Good instincts, Vince!

      Liked by 13 people

      • appraisher says:

        Indeed, tacocat43.. The same sly foxes always being tasked to investigate murders in the hen house.

        Liked by 2 people

      • sysconfig says:

        Fox reported initially he had plans to return to work at DHS..that certainly would cause some to panic. In an unusual coincidence he reprtedly had been in contact a week before with a highly regarded Russian Linguist he had used in translating old Russian archives on Terrorist groups in Afghanistan and Pakistan that may have linked together. The same linguist had just been assigned as part of a Russian Watchdog team to study a strange breakout of corona virus in the Canary Islands. as if things could not get odder she was detained by Spanish authorities on her return, at the behest of US government.I believe Phill was onto something very big, and imo raises the spectre
        these groups may have infiltrated biolabs..

        Liked by 4 people

    • Dwayne Diesel says:

      I said out loud with out even realizing it “Oh the FBI….well this will never be solved correctly”

      My wife had to look over at me and ask, what?

      Liked by 3 people

  3. john says:

    FBI Assisted Update: “He succumbed to Coronavirus. The gunshot wound was from another unrelated event and had nothing to do with his untimely death. We found no bias.”

    Liked by 15 people

  4. Ish Kabibble says:

    The FBI swoops in for the sideways.

    Liked by 2 people

  5. kelley says:

    I listen to am radio all day.. Glenn beck was talking about Mr Haney today. He was wondering if they found the Zip drive that he wore around his neck? He feared for his life and he wore that everywhere.😳 So sketchy that the fbi is on the case..😩

    Liked by 4 people

  6. decisiontime16 says:

    No one believes Haney’s death was a suicide. Sure was a quick conclusion though.
    Who has any confidence in the investigation now especially if the FBI is involved? All very sad.

    Liked by 8 people

  7. Tim Cunningham says:

    And where is suspicious cat?

    Liked by 3 people

  8. Comey and McCabe are getting the band back together. They’ll get the truth out!!!

    Liked by 1 person

  9. decisiontime16 says:

    Congressman Steve King tweet

    “Phil Haney was a friend & patriot. He was a target because of all he knew of Islamic terrorist coverups. He insured his life by archiving data that incriminated the highest levels of the Obama administration. Phil Haney didn’t kill himself. RIP, Phil.”

    Philip Haney, DHS whistleblower, found dead, police say
    Department of Homeland Security (DHS) whistleblower and Fox News contributor Phil Haney was found dead in Amador County, Calif., on Friday, according to a press release from local authorities. 


    Liked by 5 people

  10. Ono says:

    McFly…anybody home?

    Liked by 1 person

  11. Julian says:

    Oh good.

    The FBI.

    Chris Wrayt will get to the bottom of this before you know it.

    Liked by 1 person

  12. “Quite obviously,” in an unusual case such as this one, initial reliance upon a coroner’s or an on-the-scene officer’s assessment would indeed be “very premature.” Very glad to see that this sheriff’s office now realizes that it is quite necessary to take a closer look.

    Liked by 1 person

  13. Peoria Jones says:

    Furthermore, I’ll say this: Even if the woman he was going to marry comes out and says, “Gee, y’know we had issues and maybe his feelz weren’t so good,”…I’ll equate it to Seth Rich’s parents saying to drop it, ‘cuz it was just a botched robbery.

    “Intelligence has six ways from Sunday.”

    Liked by 5 people

  14. Todd W says:

    If the FBI declares a HOMICIDE, then it will restore some confidence that all the house cleaning is more than words. Otherwise, it’s the same old POLITICAL ASSASSINATIONS that should not be happening in a Constitutional Republic. Trust in law enforcement is LOW at the moment and has been for some time. They are seen as protecting corporate and government entities and NOT the citizenry.

    Liked by 3 people

    • Pokey says:

      Let’s keep that to Federal Law Enforcement. The grunts that do all the actual police work like cleaning up the messes after senseless crimes are committed, are still doing a pretty good job. The underbelly of this society is hard to even believe, much less police. The amount of criminal activity out there is mind boggling, and I’m not even talking about all the petty crimes of the drug addicted crowd. Things are a mess all over, not just in the Swamp.

      Getting Congress to end the FISA court system will be like pulling a bad tooth, but it would be a good place to start.

      Liked by 2 people

      • Todd W says:

        I’d like to see jurisdiction make a comeback. Too bad the Patriot Act took that away and made everyone guilty until proven innocent. Some local cops are honest. Some. That’s why we see the truth accidentally reported at the initial event investigation. Then, after the Feds commandeer the scene, the official narrative, no matter how implausible, takes over, backed by corporate media. If a local cop tries to whistleblow, he ends up having a fatal accident.

        Mayberry is GONE. Cops working alongside/having mutual trust with law-abiding citizens has been replaced with military conditioning that everybody not in uniform is the enemy.

        Some local shops are notoriously corrupt without any help from the Federales. LAPD….Broward County Sheriff’s office…it varies. Body cams, dash cams, cell phone cams, and first/second amendment audits have done wonders to strongly encourage respect of constitutional rights and invoke behavioral changes. But that was a **citizens’** initiative, not law enforcement.

        Liked by 4 people

      • BoreMole says:

        Yeah… sorry, but I am going on record saying the “locals” are not all that much better. It may not be mass global conspiracies and political assassinations, but many police departments have been deeply corrupted by graft, given too much power for all the wrong things, and atrophy.


        • sturmudgeon says:

          Was in Sun City a year or so back… at a golf dinner gathering… lady we had golfed with that day was telling (bragging) how she had had been stopped by a deputy for speeding, and she indicated/offered a $20 to avoid a ticket.. unfortunately, the deputy took it… I was a guest of others there, and was bursting to confront her with the fact that she was contributing to the ‘corruption’, and would probably complain if the law did not promptly assist her on another occasion when she needed the law… but felt I could not speak while the ‘guest’. Still regret not outing her.

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  15. samwise163 says:

    Phillip Haney didn’t kill himself. – JE

    Liked by 4 people

  16. GTOGUY says:

    Don’t the FBI have Seth Rich’s computer with all the Wikileaks emails on it? Did they find the thumb drive around Mr. Haney’s neck? These are good questions for the police and FBI to answer.

    Liked by 2 people

  17. Brant says:

    Was the initial claim a POTUS 44 FBI era call (Seth Rich) and now the locals have reasonable assurance to actually call in the FBI (sufficiently cleared of 44 POTUS holdovers) and things won’t be covered up…..Las Vegas?

    It’s said in the middle east that locals see who the stronger horse is and then they team with them. Folks have been waiting to see who is the stronger horse, Trump or DC deepstate. Maybe they have decided Trump is the stronger horse.

    Liked by 1 person

  18. paper doll says:

    “No determination will be made until all evidence is examined and analyzed.” s

    There’s a novel approach. \s

    Liked by 1 person

  19. WSB says:

    I am so sad for you Phillip, that you are now a victim of our criminal government.

    May you rest easy and know that your beloved family, friends, and followers will crave justice for you!

    May God bless you, Phillip!

    Liked by 10 people

  20. Jim says:

    If you enter “Highway 124 and Highway16 in Plymouth, California” into Google Maps and look at a satellite view of the area where Hanley’s body was found, rural highways lead in four convenient directions from at or near the location.


    • JC says:

      I live near this area and drive by every day on my way to work. Yes, rural highway but heavily commuted…. but again, very RURAL, so there could be many seconds (not minutes) where there is no traffic or cars around. Heavy traffic in a rural area is way different than any urban traffic, so hard for anyone not familiar with the area to make a judgement. Also, this is a parking area for commuters to Sacramento. During the weekends, there is heavy traffic to the wineries, Indian Casino and the Sierras (for skiing this time of year). Just curious …. why would anyone – ANYONE go to a relatively busy intersection and park, waiting for a ‘clear, no witness’ time which is only a few moments, most likely not even a few minutes, to commit suicide when they could do it at home a few miles away with no witnesses and all the time you want? I’m not normally into conspiracies, but this would be a good area to meet in the open with the opportunity of a few seconds frequently enough to do something nefariously planned – your getaway direction is anyone’s guess and right there.
      By the way, Amador County is very small in geography and population, and relatively conservative part of California. This is gold rush country and many of the ranches are still owned by original families since 1850’s. There are still working gold mines and lots of wineries to visit.

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  21. treestar1313 says:

    I know that area since I drive on 16 sometimes, and it is wide open, nowhere to hide, so it makes sense the vehicle hid the body. The road is used to get to/from Sacramento to several small towns on hwy 49 (the next exit past 124). The are always cars going to and fro. Not a lot of traffic, but as I said the area is wide open, so someone would have seen the body right away if it was not blocked by the vehicle.

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  22. Doug Amos says:

    Obama whistleblower supposed suicide early last week; body discovered late last week; Coroner at the scene (also Sheriff) lists as suicide; FBI consulted today after Sheriff (also Coroner) admits he has no clue as to whether or not it was a suicide. Probably just another robbery gone awry. And Obama? He just found out about it today.

    Liked by 4 people

  23. davidberetta says:

    NONE of these people in OUR society, who have be given levels of “Lawful Authority” can be trusted with anything they disclose. Nothing.

    Every granted “Authority” has many strings attached to such authority and it is clear each of these “authorities” have “riders” and anti-liberty limits built in (by design…IMHO).

    Liked by 4 people

  24. Mike Lee DelMarcelle says:

    The evidence has been examined extensively and our findings indicate that this was unquestionably a suicide.

    Metropolitan Correctional Center

    Liked by 1 person

  25. grumpyqs says:

    Virtually every comment so far has been derogatory or satire toward the government FBI and DOJ agencies. For me, it’s irrelevant if the derision is deserved, but multiply this by millions, for years to come and that equals the true cost of trying more and more to cover up government corruption, criminal acts and poor decisions. The dignity and respect the FBI/DOJ used to have is rapidly rotting away due to their “lack of candor” and unwillingness to tell the REAL story. We won’t look away this time; we know too much!

    Liked by 5 people

  26. ChampagneReady says:

    Clinton’s not worried. They have already gotten away with about 130 other murders.

    Liked by 1 person

  27. Andrew F. Aigner says:

    Wray is as deep state as you can get !

    Liked by 1 person

  28. zekness says:

    while it is possible to commit suicide my scatter gun into the chest…(this fella Haney was a tall dude so it is more than physically possible)…there are some particular forensic clues that shotgun initiation and more importantly the kinds of surface tracing that is done on the weapon itself that would reveal if that was in fact how it was performed.

    unless haney was wearing some gloves…

    think about it.

    when I first read the detail about shotgun to chest and then the preliminary almost instant presser release this was suicide, I had to double take. One does not perform the kinds of forensics that damned fast…at least a couple of days to get the prints, match them up (and any other that might appear) then certify the report….so there is an official process involved…

    This is more than unusual is what I am saying.

    occam’s? Barney Fife level work, or some tool looking to be first to the press based on some crime books he read during highschool a few years ago. This was rookie stuff.

    of course the other theory, is that there was some pressure to get something out there …to buy some time…

    another theory, and this one is kind of special…I’ve seen it a few times…even with military police. and has nothing to do with solving a crime, but is more about elevating a case so that “the right people” get some kind of reward for closing it out…per diem to a nice country…full staff…kind of a boondogle kind of affair when there is some appetite to take advantage of a situation and create a nice fat budget around it.

    bill – put this out
    sam – yeah, no, that isn’t going to fly
    bill – yeah, but it captures alot of attention and look, no one is going to hurt you from making a simple mistake.
    sam – so why don’t you do it?
    bill – I’m handling the phones to get our friends over in XYZ, spooled up to take this case and then we have some great opportunities to advance our careers.
    sam – so, what happens if someone finds out we are doing this for that purpose?
    bill – have they ever done that before?

    (before everyone gets this idea this is common in the military, no, it isn’t. I’ve been involved in two separate incidents where personnel were punished for doing just that. One was a murder case. Wanted to game the system over a open and shut case of suicide, but used the opportunity to get a classmate assigned to the case to explore some ridiculous murder conspiracy…yes, court martial hearing, 4 month confinement in the brig, loss of rank and bad conduct plates.)

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  29. Phil aka Felipe says:

    IMHO, whether he was murdered or took his own life, I believe in his death Phil Haney would rather the focus be on his work and his message of the threat of the Muslim Brotherhood and its Islamic Network Affiliates with their intention to destroy this Republic and bring the entire world under Sharia Law in contravention to the U. S. Constitution.

    Phil took his oath to preserve and defend the U.S. Constitution seriously. So should we if we hope to continue to receive its benefits of Liberty.

    Liked by 4 people

  30. Liberty ONE says:

    The SO called in the FIB. Next week, the case is CLOSED. Move on, nothing to see here!


    • More likely, the FBI will keep the case open indefinitely, allowing them to put all of the physical evidence under lock and key, and throw a blanket over everything under the “Ongoing Investigation” aegis.

      BTW… did they ever REALLY say what happened during the Las Vegas mass shooting?

      Liked by 1 person

  31. Kay123 says:

    Let’s not forget about our “late great friend” who
    was also snuffed out and covered up in 2010,

    Our beloved….one and only………
    Andrew Breitbart , who supposedly had a heart
    attack as he walked a few blocks on his way home
    from a favorite bar….. after having a drink……sitting
    next to a stranger.

    He was going to release some film clips the next day
    of Obama at College……which suddenly disappeared
    never to be found the next day.

    Andy’s autopsy results were forced…… then
    the doctor who performed it was poisoned
    and died the next day.

    What chance did he have in Democratic
    Califonia? And no investigations? Why?

    Liked by 8 people

    • margarite1 says:

      I never heard about film clips of Obama at college – do you know any more?

      Wouldn’t put it past any of them. Supposedly some bathhouse friends of Barry O ended up dead. Much evil out there…..unfortunately our government agencies aren’t clean and there are too many reasons to fear our government.

      I’ll again say….Donald Trump is a very courageous man…along with his whole family.

      Liked by 2 people

  32. margarite1 says:

    All this suspicion about what really happened on that highway in California got me to looking up info on the 2 people who I’ve always thought are the worst of the worst. But they didn’t do it alone – they had a ton of help every step of the way:


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  33. burginthorn says:

    More evidence pointing at Obama and his administration. Every insurgency needs foot soldiers. Radical Islam, the radical left and the corporate globalist money that funds them. All the while China is assisted by every possible measure. Economically, security and culturally. Simultaneously America and the west is gutted from within by every possible measure.
    Its massive in scope, the players involved. Islam, Communism, Globalism all with the same agenda of ending America and thus Christianity. That’s what this is really all about. Ending the one thing that separates the west from every other nation. Churches closing being replaced by mosques. Laws forbidding criticism of Islam. Insurgency!
    And the one guy who can bring this to light ends up dead …

    Liked by 2 people

  34. Parrot says:

    This fellow “has” to have suicided, if a staged suicide or a police “yawn and assumption” suicide then the question is why was he murdered?
    A question that can have no validity because it would hang over the Deepies.

    It “must” be a suicide.

    Liked by 2 people

  35. Rynn69 says:

    The Attorney General better step up soon. This ain’t going away.

    This is NOT America – and for Barr to sit down while lawlessness runs rampant because he refuses to prosecute every single person – no matter how high in these agencies – who ran a coup against the President and the American people ain’t getting it. People need to be brought to justice. This is America, Mr. Barr. You cannot ignore what America already knows about what happened.

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  36. John says:

    Must have some witnesses they need help taking care of if the Sheriff is calling in the FBI.


  37. moe ham head says:

    yes let the FBI cover it up now run along sheeple nothing to see here


  38. Conservative_302 says:

    There has to be something to all these Democrat party related deaths. Vince Foster, Seth Rich, Epstein, Haney, I am sure there are more. Something is not right. It makes the Democrat party look even more sinister. I understand they are motivated by pride, greed, and power, but I can’t imagine living their life day in and day out based on these 3 things. Bernie is such a prideful, crazy fool. So much so he brags about Castro’s reading program which was Marxist propoganda. Castro has killed and tortured so many people. Who cares about his reading program? The democrats are evil and crazy.


  39. rigst4 says:

    Well, fortunately the Amador County Sheriff’s Office is calling in the FBI for assistance because I doubt that particular Sheriff’s Office has the experience and technical expertise to cover up and destroy evidence the way the FBI can. There is no better way to wash your hands of an investigation of a crime than to “turn everything over” to some other agency. If Amador County retained all the evidence, they it would be far too easy for independent investigators to examine the stuff and determine it was a murder and maybe even find out who did it. One of the highest priorities is to get all of Mr. Haney’s computers so they can destroy whatever additional information he has that is damaging to hussein-obama’s administration and the entire deep state. He probably got new information and that was information that nobody wanted to be exposed. I’m sure there will be no autopsy or crime scene photos or reports released and the body will have been cremated by the time I post this. Also, all the computers and portable storage devices will be “accidentally lost” when someone “mistakenly” puts them in a blast furnace later today. Oh, well, maybe the fine, upstanding members of law enforcement won’t “accidentally” lose all the evidence next time.

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  40. Cocoon says:

    Lies, and coverup.
    From Law Enforcement, why?
    And now they call in FBI who can not only lie but scheme to their desired end?


  41. jbrickley says:

    So was it a single gunshot wound to the chest or not? Ballistics report? Angle of gunshot entry wound? Seems he parked his RV on a park and ride commuter lot and was outside the vehicle when he was shot once in the chest. A firearm found nearby. Reads much more like a professional hit than anything else. Suicides rarely involve shooting oneself in the chest. Who the hell announced the suicide prematurely?

    I sincerely hope that Phillip Haney had a stash of hard evidence with a coordinated alternate release ability so if he was whacked, the truth would destroy his enemies.

    I don’t know about a “Zip Drive” around his neck… Zip drives are obsolete. Perhaps he wore a Flash drive but even then, he should have had a copy of that somewhere else and a plan to release it in the event of his death.


  42. Spryte says:

    Wow, this is like a bad movie. The bastards are killing everyone who has any dirt. What country is this?

    Liked by 1 person

  43. humaweiner says:

    Bureau of
    Matter will screw this up like everything they touch.

    Liked by 1 person

  44. Pegon Zellschmidt says:

    “It was a white supremacist.” – – Christopher Wray

    Liked by 1 person

  45. Paul Vincent Zecchino says:

    Note? Did Mr. Haney leave a note? Seventy percent of suicides, a note is found. Was there a note?

    When no note is found, it can suggest the suicide was spur of the moment, impulsive, in a rage.

    A man who drives miles from his home to kill himself is not in a rage, and he’s surely not impulsive.|

    Liked by 1 person

  46. Moe Grimm says:

    So, the Armador County Sheriff requests the assistance of the Famous But Incompetent. It’s probably nothing. Fbi HQ – Mordor will surely assign their Top Men to investigate, so we can expect a full accounting soon. No?

    Liked by 1 person

  47. coldanger says:

    The fact that Haney was in the side of the road outside his vehicle is a big red flag. First, it’s an odd place to commit suicide, and second it suggests that he was either meeting someone. Also, perhaps someone forced him off the road, or he thought he was being pulled over by LEO. It all adds up to murder, imo, and possibly a hit…

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  48. FBI is on the job. Real cause of death will be classified for another 100 years.

    Liked by 1 person

  49. Wait… this guy lived in an RV park?


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