New Court Docs Link Hunter Biden To ‘Identity Theft’ Of His Deceased Brother, Beau

Written by Wes Walker on January 7, 2020

Another day, another Hunter Biden scandal. Just how cold would you have to be to hijack your dead brother’s name?

More embarrassing court papers have come up in Hunter Biden’s paternity suit. This one making allegations about Hunter Biden and ‘identity theft’.

Do you remember that time a drug pipe, some white powder and some ID was found in Hunter Biden’s rental car?

Well, the plot thickens.

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The court papers, which cite a Prescott, Ariz., police report, describe what allegedly happened on the morning of Oct. 28, 2016, when a Hertz rental car employee reportedly received a phone call around 10 a.m. and subsequently discovered “suspicious” items inside one of the rental cars.

“Stolen identities were used to check defendant Robert Hunter Biden into an Arizona facility and providing false statements to the Prescott Police Department,” the document states. “These stolen identities include his deceased brother Joseph R. Beau Biden III, and Joseph McGee.”

An attorney for Biden, whose full name is Robert Hunter Biden, did not immediately respond to FOX Business’ request for comment. His brother, who went by Beau Biden, died in 2015.
Source: FoxBusiness

It is unclear whether Biden had a ‘fixer’ making the fraudulent arrangements on his behalf, or whether he did it himself.

The two-page document, titled “Notice of Identity Theft,” was submitted by D&A Investigations Inc., a firm owned by private investigator Dominic Casey, who once did work for Casey Anthony, a Florida woman who was accused of killing her daughter.

Casey, who has requested to be named an intervener in the paternity case, alleged there is a history of using stolen identities to conceal Biden’s location. But the court papers do not specifically identify Biden as the person who committed identity theft.
Source: FoxBusiness

 

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