Back in 2015, the whole trans and gender identity movement was nowhere near as prominent as today. Despite the lack of “woke”, the US military welcomed Army Major Dr. Jamie Lee Henry with open arms in 2015 when he came out as trans.
However, seven years later, things changed drastically. Even though the US Army continued their support of Henry and his work, he’d decided to misuse that trust to betray his country, alongside his wife Dr. Anna Gabrielian.
Fort Bragg Medical records surrendered to Russians by first trans officer in the Army
According to the current accusations, Henry cooperated with his wife in providing Russia with a steady flow of medical records from Fort Bragg, where Gabrielian worked as an anesthesiologist.
An indictment filed Wednesday charges two Maryland doctors with conspiracy and unlawful disclosure of medical information.
U.S. Army Dr. Jamie Lee Henry and Johns Hopkins anesthesiologist Dr. Anna Gabrielian are accused of attempting to provide info to the Russian government. pic.twitter.com/TNkpo2GoLF
— Paul Gessler (@PaulGessler) September 29, 2022
Unfortunately, as it turned out, the Russian embassy staffer they were communicating with was nothing more than an undercover FBI agent. The agent confirmed their actions were due to Gabrielian’s patriotism for her home country.
The dynamic duo is set to have court appearances this week, with the case being awarded to US Magistrate Judge Brendan A. Hurson. While Gabrielian’s hearing has a set time and date, Henry’s is still completely unknown.
As per the eight-count indictment, the married couple conspired against the US by providing highly confidential healthcare information from Fort Bragg to Russia.
The two even planned to provide the alleged “Russian” with IIHI info related to the patients at the same hospital, but were stopped by the FBI. It’s also been found that Gabrielian had continuous communication with the Russian embassy.
Although her initial claims revealed Henry never knew about her ties to the Russian embassy until it became obvious they were providing them with crucial, confidential information.
Headline-Army's first trans officer, Jamie Lee Henry and her Johns Hopkins doctor wife are indicted on SPY charges: Tried to pass medical records to Russians of senior officers at Fort Bragg – the home of Delta Force and special operations. pic.twitter.com/BZkcu4Tt95
— Ron Milner (@RonMilnerBoodle) September 29, 2022
If the carrot doesn’t work, time to get the stick
Henry also added his wife instructed him to read the book ” Inside The Aquarium: The Making of A Top Soviet Spy.”
It’s almost as if she was trying to tell him something, with feds confirming the book contains detailed info on recruitment processes and training for Russian spies.
Despite what the Army had done for him, Jamie decided to join his wife in putting this entire country in danger by surrendering such crucial data.
According to previous interviews, Henry would’ve been homeless or even dead, at this point, had it not been for the military. The military allowed him to be the best version of himself while also respecting his wishes to express his gender.
Former U.S. Army major Jamie Lee Henry, and his wife, Dr. Anna Gabrielian, were charged in a Maryland federal court with conspiracy and wrongful disclosure of individuals identifiable health information to the Russians.
The military is full of these people, trust me!
— Ryan Pinesworth™️ (@RyanPinesworth) September 29, 2022
For seven years, Henry managed to live a comfy life as a US military major, leaving many wondering what made him take such a drastic turn.
Trans people in the military have been a point of contention for a while now. The “woke” left attempted to remove several policies prohibiting members of the trans community from serving their country.
Hilariously enough, the majority of these attempts came after gender dysphoria was no longer classified as a mental illness, but rather, a “not-so-uncommon” feature among us humans.
This article appeared in Our Patriot and has been published here with permission.