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Sam Brinton: Organizer of event were nuclear waste guru spoke says they will co-operate with cops

Dr. Cindi Love is the executive director of Out for Undergrad, a group that seeks to empower LGBTQ students across the United States.

The executive director of the organization that brought Joe Biden’s nuclear waste guru to Minnesota, where they stole a woman’s suitcase from an airport baggage carousel, says her organization will cooperate with authorities .

Yesterday, DailyMail.com revealed that Sam Brinton, Deputy Undersecretary of the Office of Spent Fuel and Waste Disposal, was in St. Paul to attend the Out for Undergrad Engineering conference.

The conference, which aims to empower LGBTQ students across the United States, was held at the InterContinental Saint Paul Riverfront Hotel in the Twin Cities, where Brinton was staying.

In an exclusive statement to DailyMail.com, Dr Cindi Love said: ‘We will co-operate fully with the authorities regarding any investigation into these allegations and therefore cannot provide any further comment.’

Love would not disclose if Brinton, 34, was at the Energy Department’s official business conference.

Brinton was a keynote speaker at the event, which counted the CIA and Raytheon Technologies among its “platinum sponsors”.

Less than a week after that conference, Brinton flew to another conference, the Global Clean Energy Action Forum in Pittsburgh.

Dr. Cindi Love is the executive director of Out for Undergrad, a group that seeks to empower LGBTQ students across the United States.

Dr. Cindi Love is the executive director of Out for Undergrad, a group that seeks to empower LGBTQ students across the United States.

Sam Brinton, deputy undersecretary for the Office of Spent Fuel and Waste Disposal, was pictured wearing a black evening dress at the Out for Undergrad even in September

Sam Brinton, deputy undersecretary for the Office of Spent Fuel and Waste Disposal, was pictured wearing a black evening dress at the Out for Undergrad even in September

Sometime between this conference and October 9, Brinton traveled on a trip to Europe. They did not post this trip on their social media pages.

They returned to the United States at Dulles International Airport in Washington DC on October 9, when they were contacted by police about the stolen bag.

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At first, Brinton told police they “accidentally” took the suitcase — with contents worth $2,325 — from Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport on September 16 around 4:45 p.m.

They said, “If I had taken the wrong bag, I would be happy to return it, but I don’t have any clothes for another person,” Brinton told police, according to the complaint. “It was my clothes when I opened the bag.”

At first, Brinton told police they “accidentally” took the suitcase — with contents worth $2,325 — from Minneapolis-St.  Paul International Airport on September 16 around 4:45 p.m.

At first, Brinton told police they “accidentally” took the suitcase — with contents worth $2,325 — from Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport on September 16 around 4:45 p.m.

Samuel Brinton was appointed Deputy Undersecretary for Spent Fuel and Waste Disposal in the Office of Nuclear Energy by the Biden administration in January

Samuel Brinton was appointed Deputy Undersecretary for Spent Fuel and Waste Disposal in the Office of Nuclear Energy by the Biden administration in January

However, they eventually came clean and admitted taking the bag – although they blamed ‘fatigue’ for the ‘mistake’.

Brinton used the bag for his personal travels over the next month.

Briton was not traveling with checked baggage when he arrived in Minnesota and picked up the Vera Bradley 26 inch navy hardshell wheelie bag valued at $295.

They have been charged with theft and are on leave from their jobs at the Department of Energy. A hearing is scheduled in the case on December 19.

In the charging documents, a police officer said she gave Brinton specific instructions on how to return the bag, which they did not.

The bag in question belonged to a woman who was traveling with her son from New Orleans.

Between Sept. 18 and Oct. 9, Brinton took a trip to Europe with the stolen suitcase, documents show.

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On October 9, Brinton was recorded by surveillance footage passing the bag through Washington-Dulles International Airport on their return from Europe.

That same day, Brinton was contacted by Officer Anne Katchmark of the Minneapolis-St. Paul Airport Police Department.

When asked if they took a bag that didn’t belong to them, Brinton responded by saying, “Not that I’m aware of.”

An hour later, Brinton responded to Katchmark and apologized for not being “completely honest.” They admitted to accidentally taking the bag, blaming fatigue for the confusion.

Brinton was seen heading to the airport with a suitcase earlier this year.  During the trip they would have taken the case of another woman, they had no bags with them

Brinton was seen heading to the airport with a suitcase earlier this year. During the trip they would have taken the case of another woman, they had no bags with them

In a brief statement on the scandal, the Department of Energy said in a statement: “Sam Brinton is on leave from DOE and Dr. Kim Petry is serving as Deputy Assistant Secretary for Spent Fuel and Disposal. waste.”

Neither the Hennepin County District Attorney’s Office nor Brinton’s attorney, Fabian Hoffner, responded to multiple requests for comment surrounding the story.

The incident caught the attention of several right-wing personalities on Twitter. Recently re-elected MP, Rep. Lauren Boebert, 35, posted a photo of Brinton in a dress and tweeted: ‘This man, hired by Joe Biden, is a thief.’

While former President Donald Trump’s son, Donald Jr., 44, posted a screenshot of DailyMail.com’s coverage of the story and wrote: ‘Who could have seen this coming from them/them?”

Former Newsmax host John Cardillo tweeted: ‘Sam Brinton, mentally ill and Biden appointee, is accused of stealing a woman’s luggage at MSP. This madman knows all of America’s nuclear secrets.

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While former Trump White House adviser Sebastian Gorka posted a photo of Brinton on social media and wrote, “So this Biden official turns out to be a criminal?” Does he still have his DoE Q clearance? »

Ex-President Donald Trump's son, Donald Jr., 44, posted a screenshot of the story's coverage by DailyMail.com and wrote:

Ex-President Donald Trump’s son, Donald Jr., 44, posted a screenshot of the story’s coverage to DailyMail.com and wrote: ‘Who could have seen this coming from them / them?”

Speaking about the incident during an interview with Jesse Watters on Fox News, Hoover Institute Principal Investigator Victor Davis and the focus on Brinton’s gender identity rather than his crime.

Davis said: ‘[You can] live in society as long as you don’t essentialize your race or gender or sexual beliefs but when you make that essential to you then you have to play by the rules and if you have a downside people are going to say, “Hey well, that’s part of your essential character.” ‘

He continued, “So that’s his problem, that he started posting pictures of himself in cross-dressing, talking about being a transgender person. And that became his essence. If that’s his essence , and then he steals, and then he lies about it to the police, and those are crimes, then he’s going to be identified as a transgender person.

The man went on to accuse ‘the left’ of making a person’s race, gender and sexual identity ‘essential’.

He said: “They essentialize it. Then they take the downside with the benefit of advertising. I don’t think they want the advantage, but they’re not willing to say, “Well, don’t call me transgender,” and I think that’s the problem.

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