Former Biden ‘non-binary’ nuclear waste official arrested as ‘fugitive from justice’

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Sam Brinton, a former Department of Energy official in the Biden administration who identifies as non-binary, was detained on Wednesday at his residence in Maryland while being sought as a “fugitive from justice,” with accusations of grand larceny pending.

The Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority (MWAA) Police had become apprised of a third suspected occurrence of airport luggage theft in February, according to Fox News, which led to Brinton’s arrest. Brinton is currently detained without bond, unlike many violent criminals who are let back on the streets by Soros-backed, traitor DAs.

A spokesperson for MWAA, James Johnson, stated that on May 17 in Montgomery County, Maryland, “Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority Police executed a search warrant May 17 in Montgomery County, Maryland, in connection with allegations of stolen property in luggage from Reagan National Airport that was brought to the department’s attention in February 2023.”

“Samuel Otis Brinton, age 35, of Rockville, Maryland, was taken into custody Wednesday pending charges of Grand Larceny,” he continued, “with the assistance of Montgomery County Police.”

Four unmarked police officers arrived Friday night, and according to a neighbor of Brinton’s who spoke to The Daily Wire, “they would not let his spouse Kevin leave.” After about an hour Sam Brinton was escorted out in handcuffs.”

Asya Khamsin, a fashion designer, alleged in February that her luggage had been misplaced at Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport in 2018. She observed that Brinton’s clothing in the pictures matched specially created items that were in the bag at the time.

For allegedly stealing a Vera Bradley suitcase from a luggage carousel at the Minneapolis-St. Paul Airport in September, Brinton was originally accused in October. After being captured on camera at Harry Reid International snatching bags, he was also charged with misdemeanor theft. He was able to avoid jail time by entering a “no contest” plea to this offence.

The Daily Mail reported, “The Biden administration had proudly announced Brinton’s hiring, one of the first non-binary, LGBTQ hires in government.”

Their role was in overseeing and advising on nuclear waste.

It was a woke fantasy that came crashing down in December when Brinton was arrested on suspicion of stealing a woman’s bag during a trip to Minnesota.

At first, Brinton denied taking the bag.

Wikipedia reported on Brinton’s weird life background:

Brinton was raised in Perry, Iowa and is the child of two Southern Baptist missionaries. Brinton came out as bisexual to their parents in the early 2000s. According to Brinton, their parents disapproved of Brinton’s attraction to a male friend from school, and sent the then-middle school student for conversion therapy, an experience Brinton later described as “barbaric” and “painful” in a New York Times op-ed. During one particularly extreme conversion therapy session, Brinton stated that they were bound to a table while ice, heat, and electricity were applied to their body, all while being forced to watch film clips of gay intimacy.

Brinton has stated that parental physical abuse also became far more common in their life as they began to express their identity. Eventually, Brinton said that after it was clear that conversion therapy had not affected their sexuality, they were effectively disowned by their parents, with their father threatening to shoot Brinton in the head if Brinton ever returned home.

Journalist and gay activist Wayne Besen has expressed skepticism about Brinton’s description of their childhood conversion therapy experience. Besen has noted inconsistencies in Brinton’s retelling of events, as well as Brinton’s being unable to remember the therapist’s name despite having had two years of sessions with him. In the aftermath of 2022 allegations of luggage theft against Brinton, Besen reiterated his concerns and accused various people and groups of failing to heed “clear warning signs” and of making decisions to accept Brinton’s recounting of their experience without confirming its veracity as “sloppy, ethically negligent, and shockingly unprofessional” behavior.

After tapes of the alleged incidents were made public, Brinton was removed from his post as the Department of Energy’s deputy assistant secretary for spent fuel and waste disposition.

After arriving from Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport in Washington, D.C., on September 16, Minneapolis-St. Paul Airport police charged Brinton with taking a traveler’s luggage totaling $2,325 from the luggage carousel.

Additionally, Las Vegas prosecutors accused Brinton of grand larceny of an item with a value of between $1,200 and $5,000 in early December. At the Harry Reid International Airport in Las Vegas on July 6, police charged Brinton with stealing luggage that was believed to be worth $3,670 in total. Jewelry worth $1,700, clothing worth $850, and $500 in cosmetics were all in the bag.

The maximum sentence for the two alleged thefts against Brinton was 15 years. However, the presiding judges determined that no jail time was required in either case.

Additionally, a Houston-based Tanzanian woman fashion designer claimed in February that Brinton was wearing her own creations that were contained in a bag that the woman had reported missing in 2018. The FBI received that case from Houston police.

On December 12, the DOE reported that Brinton had left the organization, but would not elaborate.


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