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Planned Parenthood Scammers May Have Committed Identity Theft

A new investigation at RH Reality Check reveals the fake identities the scammers adopted.
Planned Parenthood Scammers May Have Committed Identity Theft
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David Daleiden's plan to entrap Planned Parenthood doctors was elaborate, and possibly illegal. A new investigative report by RH Reality Check reveals the lengths they went to in order to infiltrate private conferences and other meetings, using fake identifications and possibly even stealing the identity of one of Daleiden's school friends..

We can reveal that the full names used by three operatives were: Robert Daoud Sarkis, the alias used by Daleiden, according to multiple sources who met with him at events in California and other states; as well as Susan Tennenbaum and Brianna Allen, both of which appear to be aliases of as-yet unidentified operatives.

Under these aliases, operatives set up shop at closed events.

A third associate also attended these events. Calling herself Brianna Allen, this woman registered for the event on behalf of the company, according to multiple sources. She also furnished what appeared to be a bona fide photo identification. The photograph below shows the woman who identified themselves as Susan Tennenbaum (left) and Brianna Allen (right).

That photo is at the top of this post.

RH Reality Check attempted to contact each of these people at the telephone numbers provided.

However, RH Reality Check has been unable to locate any such individuals, and neither the Center for Medical Progress nor BioMax itself produced any individuals by those names with ties to BioMax.

RH Reality Check called all phone numbers listed on the business cards. The office number for BioMax goes directly to voicemail. The cell number listed for Susan Tennenbaum is disconnected. A voicemail left on Sarkis’ cell phone was not returned by deadline. We also left messages for other people named Susan Tennenbaum throughout the United States, and all Brianna Allens in California, listed in databases of public records. Emails to the addresses provided on the business cards did not receive a reply. We were unable to locate a single listing for “Robert Daoud Sarkis” in databases of public records.

This new evidence obviously raises the question of whether any of this conduct is illegal.


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Read on to discover what they uncovered, including the very real possibility that Brianna Allen's identity was stolen as part of the elaborate scam.

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