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Sam Brinton, the man who claims to be non-binary, the former senior Department of Energy (DOE) official accepted a plea deal in the Las Vegas luggage theft case.
He received a 180-day suspended sentence for stealing a woman’s luggage from the Harry Reid International Airport in July 2022. His charge was reduced to a misdemeanor from a felony.
In a similar case, Brinton was charged in Hennepin County, Minnesota for stealing a traveler’s bag from the luggage carousel at the Minneapolis-St. Paul Airport on Sept. 16 on a trip from Washington, D.C.
Brinton agreed in court on Monday to “undergo a mental health evaluation as part of an adult diversion program.”
“The Hennepin County Attorney’s Office recognizes that there are times when public safety is best served by diverting first-time offenders from the criminal justice system,” the Hennepin County Attorney’s Office posted to its website.
“Adult diversion programs refer these offenders to social services, chemical dependency or mental health resources.
“First-time offenders are closely monitored to make sure they meet program expectations,” the statement continues.
“The goals set include accountability, taking advantage of services offered, remaining law-abiding, completing community service, and paying restitution. Every successful diversion reduces costs in the criminal justice system and reduces the number of repeat offenders.”
The Sam Brinton story became even more bizarre when a Tanzanian fashion designer based in Houston, TX, saw the Sam Brinton story on Fox News and recognized her clothing designs.
The former DOE official could be seen wearing her designs from her stolen luggage.
Tucker Carlson brought Asya Khamsin onto his show “Tucker Carlson Tonight” to tell her story.
Carlson started the segment with his usual sarcasm declaring it the best story of the year.
Khamsim recounted what happened with her husband by her side.
“On Feb 2018 I flew back from Tanzania with my collection from Lady Red fashion show 2018, which is my annual platform.
“I was invited to Washington DC to a Kenyan community event that really support my work to showcase my designs.
“I flew from Houston to Washington DC on March 9, 2018. When I arrived in DCA, one of my bags was missing. I open the claim to the Delta office in DCA and I made a police report at DC airport but my bag was not found.
“On December 2022, we saw on Fox News about Sam Brinton’s luggage issue and saw my custom designs worn by Sam Brinton which were in the missing bag from 2018.
“Oh my God. I was shocked. For more than 40 years I work hard. On my work, it’s very paining.
“Then I made another police report in Houston in January. Somebody called me and introduced himself and he told me he was working on my issue, but still today I had nothing.”
She said her clothing pieces were one of a kind. There’s no doubt that the clothing Brinton was seen wearing belonged to Khamsin.
Her husband defended her against claims that she is being political. He said the truth is the truth and they are hoping for restitution.