Christopher Henderson (d. 1998) was a guardsman with the 237th Transportation Company of the California National Guard.
His Guard unit was deployed to Saudi Arabia during Desert Storm on 20 September 1990, arriving on 3 November. While on leave aboard the Saudi Princess in March of 1991, he and three buddies from the Guard drugged and raped a Danish journalist, Anneke Jesperson. The crime was covered up by J. J. Drummond, making Henderson indebted to him. His unit returned to the United States on 23 April 1991.
After returning to Stockton, he began working at Steers Steakhouse, where he became a manager. In 1998 he was considering leaving Steers and opening his own restaurant. On night he was accosted while closing the restaurant and shot execution style by a masked man who subsequently robbed the store's safe. His murder remains unsolved, but the most likely suspect is Drummond.