Clothing found in former Energy official Sam Brinton’s closet returned to designer who owns them — Must Read Alaska

Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority police have returned articles of clothing belonging to a Tanzanian fashion designer — clothing that was found in the home of ex-Energy Department official Sam Brinton’s home, according to Fox News.

Brinton, a Biden appointee who has a checkered past, including promotion of sado-masochism, being a member of the hate group Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence, and being the founder of the child grooming Trevor Project, wore the clothing after allegedly stealing luggage at Ronald Reagan National Airport. A search of Brinton’s Maryland home in May revealed the garments, which the designer, Asya Khamsin, had sued Brinton over.

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“The MWAA Police Department can confirm we returned the victim’s property and police retained photos of the evidence for prosecution,” MWAA spokesperson Crystal Nosal told Fox News Digital on Tuesday. “The case is still under adjudication and we cannot release more detailed information.”

Brinton, a transgender advocate who says he is “nonbinary,” was in charge of spent nuclear waste for the Department of Energy.

On the side, he gave presentations on the finer points of kinky sex, such as role-play sex with men dressed as dogs. He founded the Trevor Project, which influenced the Anchorage Assembly to pass an ordinance that makes it a crime for therapists to dissuade children from changing their gender identity or adopting a gay or alternate sexual lifestyle.

Brinton is also facing charges for luggage theft from the airport in Las Vegas after being caught on security camera walking away with someone else’s suitcase. He is facing charges in Minneapolis for a similar theft.


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