Charles Stimson

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Charles Stimson (Charles Douglas Stimson) was born on 13 June, 1963. Discover Charles Stimson’s Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 57 years old?

Popular AsCharles Douglas Stimson
Age57 years old
Zodiac SignGemini
Born13 June 1963
Birthday13 June

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Timeline of Charles Stimson


Stimson serves as vice chair of his family’s commercial real estate company in Seattle.


Stimson was a Captain in the Judge Advocate General’s Corps U.S. Navy reserve component and is the Commanding Officer of the Navy Appellate Government unit. In June 2017, President Donald Trump nominated Stimson to become General Counsel of the Navy. In July 2017, the nomination was reported favorably by the Senate Committee on Armed Services. Failing to receive consideration by the full Senate, it was returned to the President at the beginning of 2018. The nomination was resubmitted in January 2018 and again reported favorably by the Committee on Armed Services in May 2018. Failing to receive consideration by the full Senate for a second time, it was returned to the President at the beginning of 2019.


Stimson is currently a senior legal fellow at the Heritage Foundation,a conservative think-tank, and an instructor at the Naval Justice School in Newport, Rhode Island. In September 2010 he authored a report entitled “Just Say No” asserting that California’s proposed Regulate, Control and Tax Cannabis Act of 2010 would “worsen the state’s drug problems— addiction, violence, disorder, and death”. Stimson continues to write on detainee issues.


In January 2007, he made comments concerning the legal representation of Guantánamo detainees stating that “corporate CEOs seeing this should ask firms to choose between lucrative retainers and representing terrorists.” The Pentagon later issued a statement that Stimson’s comments were not representative of Pentagon policy.

On January 17, 2007, Stimson wrote a letter of apology, published in The Washington Post. His apology was criticized by The New York Times in an editorial, for the appearance of insincerity. In 2017, Stimson said his comments made one decade ago were a mistake that do not represent his professional views: “I made a boneheaded statement, quite frankly it was an emotional response generated by my loss of my 295 colleagues who…were killed on 9/11 at the World Trade Center.”

On February 2, 2007, a Department of Defense spokesman announced that Stimson had decided to resign because the controversy had “hampered his ability to be effective in” his office. Stimson said that the Secretary of Defense, Robert Gates, had not asked him to resign.


Stimson first received press attention in October 2006, when he told Reuters that more than 300 Guantánamo detainees might remain there for the rest of their lives because nations refused to accept them.


The Pentagon created the Office of Detainee Affairs, and with it Stimson’s post, in July 2004:


Stimson, an attorney by profession, was formerly a U.S. Navy JAG officer from 1992-1997.


Charles Douglas “Cully” Stimson (born June 13, 1963) is an American lawyer and government official. Stimson served as the Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Detainee Affairs from 2005 until his resignation on February 2, 2007, following a controversy about his statements on legal representation for prisoners at Guantánamo Bay. Following his time in the George W. Bush administration, Stimson joined The Heritage Foundation, where he is currently a senior legal fellow and manager of the National Security Law Program. Earlier in his career, Stimson served as an Assistant United States Attorney for the District of Columbia and as Vice President for Private Equity Mergers & Acquisitions at Marsh & McLennan Companies.