Girl threatened, subsequent misdeeds of SelectQuote and cops in San Francisco.

Evidence of Impersonation

Below is the information I received from Experian regarding my background check.  Notice the multiple aliases, even though I only go by Tom Dunham (or legally, Thomas Dunham).  Also, three MN addresses appear.  I’ve never even visited the state.

I’ve obscured all the addresses with which I’m actually associated.  No point in giving impostors more information.  This report is hard evidence that someone has been tampering with data that the government collects on its citizens.  In this case, to fraudulently link me with pedophilia.

False Report

Schemers Knew of Scapegoating

The importance of names in a credit report comes from how the federal government uses them.  A background check for a federal job is how I found out that I was being treated as the same person as Tom Meyer.  The Feds may start with the social security number and name you provide, but they then go to the credit bureaus for alternate names and an address history.

Then those names and addresses are used to query into criminal records.  This is significant, because those in on the plot could reasonably expect both Minnesota Tom Meyers to be linked to me.  They only needed a single MN false address, every ‘also known as’ gets run in each locality of interest.  The only reason this was marginally effective in the background report was that the statewide criminal search was only run against the address where I lived for the last 15 years.

It is significant that the fake blog published by the plotters mentioned me being framed for child molestation.  I did not know until recently that I was taking the fall for some priest in Minnesota.  Yet somehow the alleged Ed Donegan did know.  How, if he wasn’t in on it?  It appears the plotters wrote that blog.

I’m curious to see if the firearms background check works similarly.  This might be a secondary goal, because gun control advocates often specifically mention sex offenders.  Any convicted felon is prohibited from firearm ownership, but plotters may have wanted further protections.  Some types of crimes only need to be misdemeanors to prohibit firearm ownership.

Note for New Readers

I recently added this blog to my LinkedIn profile.  I had avoided doing so, to make it easy for people I work with to ignore.  There are two sides to any controversy, even when they are not equally valid.

There is no longer controversy on this issue.  We knew before that the San Francisco police, known for misconduct, lied in my encounters as well.  Even so, some will say they wouldn’t lie unless I was doing something that they couldn’t prove.

Now we know that a pedophile priest was protected by my enemies.  How many children were raped due to SelectQuote and their allies?  I’ve been writing for sometime about the likelihood of the involvement of child predators, and their prevalence in the halls of power.

Fake Blog Protected Pedophile Priest

I looked back at my first article about Ed Donegan, and his blog is fake.  I had forgotten that he stated that I contacted him about being framed for pedophilia.  I just found out that someone got the credit bureaus to believe that I was a priest in Minnesota.  Ed’s original post is gone (even though I commented), but I have a snippet from Google…

Ed snippet

Hopefully the members of this molester gang are caught before more children are raped.

Fake(?) Ed Was Right About Molestation

I thought it was ludicrous that someone would scapegoat me for child molestation when I first read about it on Ed Donegan’s blog.  Lo and behold, I was falsely reported as being Tom Meyer, in a state I’ve never even visited.  Not coincidentally, Father Tom Meyer was accused of sexually abusing children in that state.

The schemers probably could have handled my sexual history making perfectly clear that I don’t rape kids.  However, I also don’t work with children, don’t hang out with any, my daughter’s friends aren’t over that often.  It isn’t possible to believe that I am a molester.  It would have been too obvious that anyone accusing me of such was lying.

My enemies felt the need to reach out to one of their star operatives, a man who raped the children of the faithful.  They then gave me this priest’s identity.  This was made all the worse by the errant belief of the Roman Catholic Church that the Bible does not contain all the necessary teaching for man’s salvation. While many can distinguish between clergy’s actions and teachings that are from God, over-exaltation of priests occasionally cause sickening beliefs to manifest:

“It is better for eight innocent men to suffer than for millions to lose their faith.” – Martha Wegan, Catholic canon lawyer covering-up child molestation.

If those millions need a child molester to teach them right from wrong, they probably aren’t going to make it.  The devil’s agents exploit such false doctrine to cause the unwary to conflate behavior of clergy with the validity of Christianity.  Father Tom Meyer had already done damage, maybe someone didn’t want to look for a new molester to work with.  Kill two birds with one stone, clean this priest’s image, while making me take the fall for his crimes.

Tom Meyer Used to Denigrate Tom Dunham?

It is quite odd for a man to be linked to someone with a different name, in a state he has never visited.  Even so, Experian connected me with Tom Meyer in Minnesota, although I had never drawn upon the accounts of Tom Meyer.  It seems most likely that someone introduced the idea that Tom Meyer was an alias of mine, with the idea of harming my reputation.

The first possibility that jumps out is that I would not yet have been in high school when Tom Meyer first showed up in Minnesota public records.  This might look like I ran away from home, and created a new identity.  Perhaps I kept Tom as a first name to reduce memorization?  To ever suspicious police, this might appear to be caused by abuse, and since abusers were often abused, they’ve already guessed at child abuse in the present.

Fr. Tom Meyer

Credible allegations of sex abuse against Fr. Tom Meyer

Then comes the connection to Father Tom Meyer, a priest with credible allegations of sexual assault of minors against him, according to the Catholic Church.  He worked in the Twin Cites area for some time, making it easier for an out of state investigator to confuse the two Minnesota Tom Meyers.

While it is readily apparent that I’m neither a priest or a molester, this might have given just enough of a pretext to get the troubles I had with police rolling.  Even worse, this was all happening around when Michelle Tan threatened to kill my daughter.  I do believe that Michelle has rallied some with her call to harm children.  By questioning my role as protector, the false association with a pedophile priest allows these predators to gain momentum.  Also, they may have hoped to leave my daughter in a more vulnerable position, without me in the picture.

Finally, there are plenty of possible molesters who held positions of power in San Francisco.  The police are perhaps turning a corner, but sex tourism to Cambodia, a decorated child porn aficionado, and allegations against their chaplain do not give much confidence.  A prominent political consultant for the mayor and the district six supervisor also was in the news for child porn.  And across the bay, vice squads wouldn’t be vice squads without plenty of vice.

Thomas R. Meyer

Fr. Tom Meyer

Credible allegations of sex abuse against Fr. Tom Meyer

I’ve called a couple of companies to get aliases incorrectly identified as me listed as separate people.  It seems that there really is a Thomas Richard Meyer in St. Francis, Minnesota.  He isn’t me, and is not related to me.  There is also Thomas Meyer, the Catholic priest who was listed as a pedophile as part of a civil settlement.  Also not me, plus he died in 2013.

Thomas Richard, and all the variations have nothing to do with me.  Considering Experian has Thomas Meyer’s address history starting in 1988, I wonder when he started getting confused with me.  This errant entry would indicate that I left my home state to live on my own while still in middle school.

Immigration interviews would seem to indicate that the credit bureaus had not yet gotten confused in 2006.  My credit cards are backed by liquid money for the most part, so I never went out of my way to check.  When I did request a copy of credit reports, none came.  So this confusion lay undiscovered for who knows how long.

Experian has stated that they’ve deleted errant residences and names for me.  Things should slowly percolate throughout various systems, and be seen by all sorts of eavesdroppers along the way.  Hopefully many systems will actually be capable of removing the false records.