Charles 'Cully' Stimson

Heritage Foundation

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Senior Legal Fellow at the Heritage Foundation and Manager of its National Security Law Program; former Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Detainee Affairs (2006-2007), he left after controversy over his remarks about law firms defending Guantánamo inmates

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