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  • Did the Army “Set Up” one of its own?

    01/31/2015 10:20:39 AM PST · by Oldpuppymax · 7 replies
    Coach is Right ^ | 1/31/15 | Glenn MacDonald
    A FORMER ARMY PROSECUTOR HAS BEEN COURT-MARTIALED AND SENTENCED TO 20 YEARS AT THE DB . THE CHARGE WAS “RAPE.” BUT HAS REASON TO BELIEVE MAJ ERIK BURRIS WAS RAILROADED. IN FACT, JAG’S OWN FEMALE INVESTIGATING OFFICER REPORTS ESTRANGED WIFE’S CLAIMS “EMBELLISHED, UNTRUTHFUL, FABRICATED.” BY Glenn MacDonald, Major USARMY (Ret) It was a terse, five-line press release out of Fort Bragg issued later in the day. The handout from the Army spokesperson, a MAJ Boring (we know of another flak called “Bunko” who does spin for the Air Force), said a former prosecutor – MAJ Erik J. Burris –...
  • Lt. Lorance Gets 19 Years at Leavenworth because He defended his Troops against Jihadists

    01/23/2015 4:21:16 AM PST · by HomerBohn · 35 replies
    Freedom Outpost ^ | 1/22/2015 | Tim Brown
    First Lieutenant Clint Lorance never imagined that following the rule of engagement to save not only his life, but the lives of his fellow soldiers against Islamic enemies would result in him spending nearly two decades in prison. But it did. Lorance, 30, had been trained to make split-second decisions and his training culminated in a real-life scenario in July 2012 when he and his squad were on a foot patrol in southern Afghanistan. He had just been made Platoon Leader after his predecessor had been severely wounded. At that time, Lorance led his troops into a Taliban-infested territory, where...
  • Military officials raided Marine law offices, may have compromised cases

    05/10/2014 4:41:41 AM PDT · by Timber Rattler · 9 replies
    Stars & Stripes ^ | May 9, 2014 | Michael Doyle
    An unusual government search of Marine Corps defense attorneys’ offices at California’s Camp Pendleton could cast a cloud over dozens of criminal cases. The search May 2, which lasted about two and a half hours, included investigators opening more than 100 case files compiled by defense attorneys, Marine Corps officers say. The search went beyond what was necessary and exceeded applicable legal standards, officers think.
  • JAGs protecting Obama have committed treason

    09/25/2010 4:38:05 PM PDT · by STE=Q · 59 replies
    The Post & Email ^ | Sept. 23, 2010 | James H. Roberson
    Lt. Col. Lakin (M.D.- Active Army) -- first asked the Army to affirm that Obama was constitutionally eligible to serve as President, and when his chain of command refused, he then refused to deploy to Afghanistan until "eligibility" was established (to force the issue to a head). Lakin’s argument is simple and direct: a soldier must not be compelled to obey an "unlawful order"; an "ineligible person" cannot serve as President and Commander-in-Chief and, thus, cannot issue "lawful orders." He has thereby laid his liberty and whole career on the line in order to honor his Oath to Support and...
  • Navy SEAL Found Not Guilty

    04/22/2010 7:30:12 AM PDT · by K-oneTexas · 21 replies · 680+ views
    Human Events ^ | 22 April 2010 | Michelle Oddis
    The first of three Navy SEALs to face a courts martial, Petty Officer 1st Class Julio Huertas, was cleared of all charges by a military jury early Thursday. The court martial began Wednesday for two of the three Navy SEALs accused of mistreating Abed, mastermind of the murder and mutilation of four Blackwater security guards in Fallujah in 2004. "It's a big weight off my shoulders," Huertas told as he left the courtroom. Hertas said he plans to continue his military carreer and is going home to “kiss my wife.” Defense lawyers in the Baghdad court martial of two...
  • Interview tonight @ 10 PM EST w/ LT Behenna's Mother

    12/29/2009 6:01:08 PM PST · by upstanding · 3 replies · 307+ views
    Date / Time: 12/29/2009 10:00 PM at Jihadi Killer Hour radio. LT Behenna is the US Army officer imprisoned for shooting and killing an AQ terrorist that attacked him. Get the story on Michael, his life, and his current, tragic and unjust imprisonment at the hands of the same system and mentality that brought you Ft. Hood. Keep in mind that Vicki Behenna successfully prosecuted Tim McVeigh for the Oklahoma city bombing, a bombing which killed one of Michael's mentors, when Michael was 11 years old. Call in to speak with her. Get the background, here:
  • Free the Navy SEALs Now

    12/10/2009 6:15:13 PM PST · by raptor22 · 57 replies · 2,859+ views
    Investors Business daily ^ | December 10, 2009 | IBD editorial staff
    Law: American heroes are arraigned for allegedly punching a terrorist in wartime. What happens to Tiger Woods isn't vital to our country's future. What happens to Matthew McCabe, Julio Huertas and Jonathan Keefe is. People are more likely to recognize the names of Tiger's alleged bimbo eruptions than the names of these three Navy SEALs we sent into battle. They are not household names in a nation consumed with Climate Gate, the public option and the antics of billionaire athletes. An administration consumed with apologies has said the architect of 9/11's massacre, Khalid Sheik Mohammed, must be given all the...
  • Clubbing Our Seals

    11/27/2009 5:09:19 PM PST · by raptor22 · 18 replies · 1,652+ views
    Investor's Business Daily ^ | November 27, 2009 | IBD edirorial staff
    War On Terror: As Khalid Sheikh Mohammed receives the benefits of U.S. justice, three Navy SEALs face court-martial for allegedly punching a captured terrorist who hanged Americans from a bridge in Fallujah. Apparently our efforts to impress the world about the marvels of our criminal justice system require us to give foreign terrorists such as Khalid Sheik Mohammed, the man who invented the manned cruise missiles that flew into the World Trade Center and the Pentagon and plowed into a Pennsylvania field on its way to the Capitol Building, the full rights and protections of the American citizens he conspired...
  • HUMAN EVENTS Petition To Free the SEALs

    12/11/2009 2:26:18 PM PST · by La Enchiladita · 23 replies · 1,145+ views
    Human Events ^ | Dec. 10, 2009 | Human Events
    Secretary of Defense The Pentagon Washington, DC Dear Secretary Gates: We, the editors and staff of HUMAN EVENTS, and the many Americans who have attached their signatures to this petition, hereby request your personal intervention to dismiss the charges against Navy SEAL operators SO2 Jonathan Keefe, SO1 Julio Huertas and SO2 Matthew McCabe. These three men are charged with abusing a terrorist they captured in a daring nighttime raid on or about 1 September 2009. On that night, they -- as part of a platoon from SEAL Team 10 -- captured and detained Ahmed Hashim Abed, one of the most...
  • Marine free after conviction tossed out( EXCLUSIVE UPDATES AND PERSONAL MESSAGE)

    04/18/2009 9:50:59 AM PDT · by RaceBannon · 18 replies · 1,230+ views
    Sign on San Diego ^ | 2:00 a.m. March 14, 2009 | By Rick Rogers (Contact) Union-Tribune Staff Writer
    Marine free after conviction tossed out Rape charge led to decade in prison By Rick Rogers (Contact) Union-Tribune Staff Writer 2:00 a.m. March 14, 2009 Brian Foster After spending a decade behind bars, a former Camp Pendleton Marine is now a free man because a military appeals court ruled that “a muddled, hearsay-based case” caused his spousal-rape conviction. But anyone who thinks Brian Foster is bitter would be wrong. As Foster left the prison at Fort Leavenworth, Kan., on Feb. 20, he picked up his sergeant stripes and spoke candidly with his superiors. “I told (them) I was happy to...
  • Military Potus Eligibility Madness (Leo)

    02/26/2009 6:44:09 PM PST · by Frantzie · 34 replies · 1,168+ views
    A few weeks ago, I suggested hypothetically that active military might have standing to bring a class action to question Obama’s POTUS eligibility. After reviewing various sections of the Uniform Code of Military Justice pointed out to me by various readers, I came to the conclusion that such a law suit would probably not only fail, but would also subject soldiers to potential court martial.
  • Star Trek Actor Who Paid for Three Abortions Now Condemns Woman's Right to Choose - to Kill Her Baby

    02/03/2009 6:44:12 AM PST · by Between the Lines · 18 replies · 1,595+ views
    Life Site News ^ | February 2, 2009 | Kathleen Gilbert
    Actor Gary Graham knew that by writing about his personal experience and rejection of abortion, he would be incurring the ire of not a few among the Hollywood elite. Yet a blog column posted last Tuesday by the seasoned actor, known most recently for his roles as Ambassador Soval in the TV series "Star Trek: Enterprise" and Capt. Ingles on "J.A.G.", took an unflinching look at truths almost entirely ignored by those in the Hollywood establishment. "I’m going to say what millions know in the front of their brains, and many, many more millions know in the depths of their...
  • Kyndra Rotunda on Dennis Miller (not live)

    01/26/2009 4:54:38 PM PST · by incredulous joe · 18 replies · 570+ views
    Townhall ^ | January 26, 2009 | Incredulous Joe
    Kyndra Rotunda: Author of "Honor Bound," JAG Officer in the U.S. Army Individual Ready Reserve, and Chapman University School of Law Visiting Assistant Professor on Dennis Miller.
  • Jury acquits former Marine in killing of Iraqis (NAZARIO!!)

    08/28/2008 3:50:40 PM PDT · by RaceBannon · 103 replies · 560+ views
    Tampa Bay Online | Aug 28, 6:34 PM EDT | By CHELSEA J. CARTER
  • Rigged Trials at Gitmo (grab a barf bag)

    02/24/2008 3:34:28 AM PST · by 2ndDivisionVet · 7 replies · 195+ views
    Yahoo! News/The Nation ^ | February 21, 2008 | Ross Tuttle
    Secret evidence. Denial of habeas corpus. Evidence obtained by waterboarding. Indefinite detention. The litany of complaints about the treatment of prisoners at Guantánamo Bay is long, disturbing and by now familiar. Nonetheless, a new wave of shock and criticism greeted the Pentagon's announcement on February 11 that it was charging six Guantánamo detainees, including alleged 9/11 mastermind Khalid Shaikh Mohammed, with war crimes--and seeking the death penalty for all of them. Now, as the murky, quasi-legal staging of the Bush Administration's military commissions unfolds, a key official has told The Nation that the trials have been rigged from the start....
  • Control sought on military lawyers: Bush wants power over promotions

    12/19/2007 12:59:24 PM PST · by RedRover · 108 replies · 252+ views
    Boston Globe ^ | December 15, 2007 | Charlie Savage
    The Bush administration is pushing to take control of the promotions of military lawyers, escalating a conflict over the independence of uniformed attorneys who have repeatedly raised objections to the White House's policies toward prisoners in the war on terrorism. The administration has proposed a regulation requiring "coordination" with politically appointed Pentagon lawyers before any member of the Judge Advocate General corps - the military's 4,000-member uniformed legal force - can be promoted. A Pentagon spokeswoman did not respond to questions.... But the requirement of coordination - which many former JAGs say would give the administration veto power over any...
  • AF top JAG: 'Rule of law' critical for success in Iraq

    11/14/2007 1:51:41 PM PST · by SandRat · 14 replies · 310+ views
    Air Force Link ^ | Staff Sgt. Tia Schroeder
    11/14/2007 - SOUTHWEST ASIA (AFPN) -- A fair justice system, which holds people accountable for their actions, is vital in stopping the violence in Iraq, said the Air Force's top judge advocate general recently during a tour of Southwest Asia. Maj. Gen. Jack L. Rives visited the men and women of the 386th Air Expeditionary Wing during a tour here and also visited Airmen at Camp Bucca, Iraq. A part of his mission was to ensure the members of the JAG corps have the right programs in place to properly categorize the detainees, and to help assure fair processes are...
  • Recommendation in Haditha killings challenged

    10/17/2007 10:50:19 AM PDT · by RedRover · 66 replies · 109+ views
    North County Times ^ | October 16, 2007 | Mark Walker
    CAMP PENDLETON -- Prosecutors are contesting a recommendation that murder charges be dropped against Marine Staff Sgt. Frank Wuterich for his role in the slaying of 24 civilians in the Iraqi city of Haditha in 2005. Statements from two Marines who testified against Wuterich should be sufficient to send the case to trial on some or all of the 17 murder charges he faces, multiple sources who have seen the prosecutor's arguments said Tuesday. Earlier this month, the investigating officer in Wuterich's case, Lt. Col. Paul Ware, recommended that all the murder accusations be dismissed. His recommendations in cases of...
  • UK ready to produce Iran evidence-(then discovery, and then defense will rest)

    03/27/2007 7:56:14 PM PDT · by Flavius · 19 replies · 621+ views
    bbc ^ | 28 March 2007, | bbc
    The government is preparing to release photographic evidence to support its assertion that 15 UK sailors seized by Iran were not in Iranian waters. The BBC's Nick Robinson says the government is ready to switch from private to public diplomacy with Iran. Tony Blair has talked of a "different phase" of the dispute and hinted at a more aggressive diplomatic approach. The sailors and marines from HMS Cornwall were captured on Friday after searching a boat in the northern Gulf. The BBC's political editor Nick Robinson said preparations are in place for a news conference at the Ministry of Defence...
  • Sergeant in Afghanistan - Stop the BS and "Let's Get It Done"

    01/31/2007 11:07:15 AM PST · by george76 · 35 replies · 1,656+ views
    Blackfive ^ | January 30, 2007 | Blackfive
    I am tired of Democrats saying they are patriotic and then insulting my commander in chief... I am tired of Democrats who tell me they support me, the soldier on the ground, and then tell me the best plan to win this war is with a “phased redeployment” (liberal-speak for retreat) out of the combat zone to someplace like Okinawa. I am tired of senior officers and commanders who fight this war with more of an eye on the media than on the enemy, who desperately needs killing. I am tired of the decisions of Sergeants and Privates made in...
  • Attorney: Haditha leak could lead to dismissal request

    01/30/2007 9:59:01 AM PST · by pinkpanther111 · 65 replies · 2,034+ views
    NC Times ^ | 1-29-07 | WILLIAM FINN BENNETT
    The leak of a detailed report into the killing of 24 Iraqis in Haditha in 2005 may have a wide-ranging impact on the prosecutions of eight Camp Pendleton-based troops charged in the incident, a longtime military attorney said Monday. Depending on the outcome of the investigation, "a lot of legal motions will be filed to dismiss the charges," because the leaks and their press coverage could make it difficult for the defendants to obtain a fair trial, said Jane Siegel, a retired Marine Corps attorney. The attorney, who now works in private practice in San Marcos, is representing another Marine...
  • Navy Lawyer in Terror Case Not Promoted

    10/08/2006 4:57:50 PM PDT · by SmithL · 191 replies · 3,761+ views
    AP ^ | 10/8/6
    The Navy lawyer who led a successful Supreme Court challenge of the Bush administration's military tribunals for detainees at Guantanamo Bay has been passed over for promotion and will have to leave the military, The Miami Herald reported Sunday. Lt. Cmdr. Charles Swift, 44, will retire in March or April under the military's "up or out" promotion system. Swift said last week he was notified he would not be promoted to commander. He said the notification came about two weeks after the Supreme Court sided with him and against the White House in the case involving Salim Ahmed Hamdan, a...
  • Defending the accused: Many attorneys in Hamdania case practiced law .. in military - 'Pendleton 8'

    07/02/2006 11:10:25 AM PDT · by NormsRevenge · 10 replies · 1,360+ views
    North County Times ^ | 7/2/06 | Teri Figueroa
    NORTH COUNTY ---- Civilian attorneys hired by eight Camp Pendleton men accused of murdering an Iraqi civilian in Hamdania have years of legal experience, including many gained during long stints in the military. One of them, Carlsbad-based attorney David Brahms, is a retired brigadier general who, when he left the service in 1988, was the Marine Corps' top-ranking attorney and had been counsel to the commandant. Jane Siegel of San Marcos, another of the attorneys tapped for the case, once served as the chief for all Marine Corps defense counsel. They and seven other private attorneys, many of whom spent...
  • The one good man who brought down Guantanamo(

    07/01/2006 6:13:32 PM PDT · by managusta · 72 replies · 1,757+ views
    The Telegraph ^ | 02/07/2006 | Philip Sherwell
    Five supreme Court justices left President George W Bush's policy on Guantanamo Bay in chaos last week but it was a diligent career navy officer who plotted the legal downfall of his commander-in-chief. Lt Cdr Charles Swift, 44, an experienced military defence attorney, was expected to draft a simple plea bargain after prosecutors requested the appointment of a lawyer to represent Osama bin -Laden's driver in 2003. Instead, he launched a series of ground-breaking legal challenges that ended with the ruling by America's highest court that the military commissions backed by Mr Bush for international terrorism suspects were unlawful. "As...
  • Sniper Rounds

    01/23/2006 11:46:06 AM PST · by JZelle · 96 replies · 3,142+ views
    The Washington Times ^ | 1-23-06 | Bill Gertz and Rowan Scarborough
    An Army judge advocate general (JAG) temporarily banned Army and Marine Corps snipers from using a highly accurate open-tip bullet. The JAG, we are told, mistakenly thought the open-tip round was the same as hollow-point ammunition, which is banned. The original open-tip was known as Sierra MatchKing and broke all records for accuracy in the past 30 years.
  • JAG temporarily banned Army and Marine Corps snipers from using a highly accurate open-tip bullet.

    01/22/2006 2:35:38 PM PST · by radar101 · 111 replies · 5,434+ views
    Washington Times ^ | Jan 20, 2006 | Bill Gertz, Rowan Scarborough
    JAG, we are told, mistakenly thought the open-tip round was the same as hollow-point ammunition, which is banned. The original open-tip was known as Sierra MatchKing and broke all records for accuracy in the past 30 years. The difference between the open-tip and the hollow point is that the open tip is a design feature that improves accuracy while the hollow point is designed for increasing damage when it hits a target. About 10 days ago, the Army JAG in Iraq ordered all snipers to stop using the open-tip 175-grain M118LR bullet, claiming, falsely, it was prohibited. Instead of the...
  • For instructions on how to lose war, consult flow chart

    11/30/2005 1:10:21 PM PST · by concretebob · 50 replies · 1,443+ views ^ | 30 November 2005 | Kathleen Parker
    While American civilians and politicians debate when and whether to withdraw troops from Iraq, the buzz among some military lawyers has been a recent Pentagon rule change that they say potentially limits service members' ability to defend themselves. In June, the Pentagon changed its Standing Rules of Engagement to allow commanders to limit individual self-defense by members of their unit. Interpreted for me by two Army judge advocate general officers (JAGs), this essentially means that soldiers and Marines may not have the individual prerogative to fire upon an enemy when they are faced with an imminent threat of death or...
  • Columbia Plays Dirty Pool (Sabotaging JAG Recruiting at Law School)

    10/25/2005 6:18:40 AM PDT · by Rodney King · 12 replies · 821+ views
    Columbia Spectator ^ | today | John Matteus
    Law school incidents don’t garner much coverage in this undergrad newspaper, but, given the situation I found last Friday, October 7th, I believe this incident should be an exception. First, some background. At Columbia Law, the Career Services Office offers second and third year law students the opportunity to interview with prospective employers on campus. Columbia posts interview dates online, and students sign up online; generally, employers have limited time frames (one day, maybe two), and slots fill up quickly. Employers take these interviews seriously. Additionally, Columbia is currently locked in a Supreme Court case over the Solomon Amendment. The...
  • JAGS Not Welcome (Top US law schools try to figure out a way around the Solomon Amendment)

    09/27/2005 7:40:37 PM PDT · by RWR8189 · 39 replies · 1,329+ views
    The Weekly Standard ^ | September 27, 2005 | Scott Johnson
    WHEN NAVY JUDGE ADVOCATE GENERAL RECRUITER Brian Whitaker visited Yale Law School in October 2003 to meet with students interested in serving as Navy lawyers, his reaction must have been something like that of the man who was tarred and feathered and ridden out of town on a rail; if it weren't for the honor of the thing, he'd probably rather have passed on it. Virtually all Yale law students had signed a petition vowing that they would not meet with Whitaker or other JAG recruiters. The petition was publicly displayed inside the law school as part of a protest...
  • Admiral requests no cameras at SEAL murder trial

    09/10/2005 4:46:53 PM PDT · by csvset · 6 replies · 788+ views
    The Virginian-Pilot ^ | September 10, 2005 | JON FRANK
    By JON FRANK, The Virginian-Pilot © September 10, 2005 Last updated: 12:02 AM VIRGINIA BEACH — Citing national security concerns, a Navy admiral has asked that cameras be kept out of the courtroom when a Navy SEAL goes on trial in January in the 2004 murder of a fellow SEAL .In a letter to defense attorney James O. Broccoletti filed in Circuit Court, Rear Adm. Joseph Maguire, commander of the Naval Special Warfare Command in San Diego, objected to photographing or filming the trial of Ronald J. Gasper. Maguire said such filming “could expose the identities of our personnel and...
  • U.S. Marine Charged with Murdering Two Iraqis

    02/10/2005 5:50:53 PM PST · by TexKat · 137 replies · 3,515+ views
    Reuters ^ | 2/10/05 | Jane Sutton
    MIAMI (Reuters) - A U.S. Marine has been charged with premeditated murder and could face the death penalty for shooting two Iraqi men during a vehicle search near a weapons cache in Iraq last year, the Marine's attorney said on Thursday. The Marine Corps released a statement saying 2nd Lt. Ilario G. Pantano was charged on Feb. 1 for his involvement in the shooting deaths of two Iraqi men on April 15, 2004, during combat operations in Iraq. The release said the commanding general of the 2nd Marine Division, Maj. Gen. Richard Huck, had convened an investigation to determine if...
  • Marine vs. Marine in Interstate 64 shooting

    01/13/2005 2:59:29 PM PST · by swilhelm73 · 27 replies · 1,866+ views ^ | Wed, Jan. 12, 2005 | Peter Mathews
    A Marine engaged in his own private little war with two other Marines on Interstate 64 early yesterday, allegedly shooting an assault rifle at them in a high-speed case of road rage, authorities said. Later in the day, authorities discovered the victim and his companion, both military police, were absent without leave from their base at Quantico, Va. "A guy at the base said they've been gone for two weeks," Clark County Sheriff Ray Caudill said. Abraham Cerpa, 20, his wife, Catherine, and her 5- and 6-year-old children were en route from Camp Lejeune, N.C., to Chicago when the trouble...
  • Pentagon Puts Lawyers on Battlefield

    12/15/2004 12:29:01 PM PST · by Weimdog · 60 replies · 1,066+ views
    NPR ^ | December 15, 2004 | Kristian Foden-Vencil
    Morning Edition, December 15, 2004 · Commanders on the ground in Iraq are forced to weigh the risks of civilian casualties against the need to complete their objective. If they make the wrong decision, they could end-up violating the Geneva Conventions or in front of a military tribunal. To prevent this, the Pentagon has started putting lawyers on the battlefield. Kristian Foden-Vencil of Oregon Public Broadcasting reports.
  • Lt.Col. West and the Feminization of American Culture

    12/01/2004 1:52:45 PM PST · by robowombat · 29 replies · 2,950+ views
    The New Totalitarians ^ | 20 December 2003 | Gerald L. Atkinson
    Lt.Col. West and the Feminization of American Culture © by Gerald L. Atkinson Copyright 20 December 2003 Introduction On 29 October 2003, the U.S. Army filed a criminal assault charge against an American officer who frightened an Iraqi informant into providing information that foiled a planned attack on U.S. soldiers [1]. "Lt. Col. Allen B. West says he did not physically abuse the detainee, but used psychological pressure twice by firing his service weapon away from the Iraqi. After the shots were fired, the detainee, an Iraqi police officer, gave up the information on a planned attack around the northern...
  • Tonights JAG on CBS

    05/07/2004 9:13:10 PM PDT · by aft_lizard · 57 replies · 514+ views
    CBS | 07 May | ME
    I dont know if anybody here watched tonights JAG episode on CBS but it was very good and very moving. I do not know the names on the program since I do not watch it very often but the story goes as follows: A young marine PFC Smithfield was KIA in Iraq by a RPG. A side story has it that his flak jacket was faulty and I thought they were going to turn it into another Bush bashing show but they segwayed into the media being ghouls trying to get his mother to say that he died for nothing,...
  • JAG Takes on U.S. War Crimes, NBC Re-Runs Bush-Bashing Sit-Com

    02/05/2004 2:07:48 PM PST · by FlyLow · 14 replies · 263+ views
    Media Research Center ^ | 2-5-04 | Brent Baker
    Two prime time TV tips: Friday’s episode of JAG on CBS will feature a case in which the Secretary of the Navy is charged by the International Criminal Court with having committed war crimes and on Saturday night, for the third time, NBC will air the episode of Whoopi which makes fun of President Bush. -- The plot for the February 6 JAG, as listed on the CBS Web site: “When the International Criminal Court in The Hague charges the Secretary of the Navy with war crimes, Harm and Mac are assigned to defend him.” CBS’s page for JAG, which...
  • Blackhawk Down in Iraq - Two Army JAG Personnel Were Killed On The Chopper

    11/10/2003 12:49:54 PM PST · by RetiredArmy · 41 replies · 1,656+ views
    Members of the JAG Regiment: It is with deep regret and a heavy heart that I inform you of the deaths of Warrant Officer of the Corps, CW5 Sharon Swartworth and the Sergeant Major of the Corps, SGM Cornell Gilmore. On 7 November 2003, CW5 Swartworth and SGM Gilmore died when the helicopter they were riding in was struck by enemy fire. CW5 Swartworth and SGM Gilmore were accompanying me on my Article 6 visit to Iraq. They were doing what they loved most -- meeting with the soldiers of our Corps. Information regarding funeral arrangements will be forthcoming. Please...
  • Yale vs. U.S. Military, Round 2. (Yale JAG-offs make me puke!!)

    10/20/2003 10:38:23 AM PDT · by .cnI redruM · 7 replies · 178+ views | ^ | October 17, 2003 | By Scott W. Johnson
    When Navy Judge Advocate General recruiter Brian Whitaker visited Yale Law School on October 9 to meet with students interested in serving as Navy lawyers, his reception was not unlike that of the man who was tarred and feathered and ridden out of town on a rail; if it weren't for the honor of the thing, he’d probably rather have passed on it. Virtually all law students signed a petition that they would not meet with Whitaker or other JAG recruiters. The petition was publicly displayed inside the law school as part of a protest display that included black and...
  • For those interested in JAG on TV (Vanity)

    06/19/2003 11:09:20 AM PDT · by Phsstpok · 3 replies · 314+ views
    Just for those that are interested.
  • 'JAG' Star Found Dead at Home, Suicide Suspected

    06/09/2003 9:27:03 PM PDT · by Brett66 · 18 replies · 686+ views
    Yahoo News ^ | 6/9/03 | Reuters
    Entertainment - Reuters TV 'JAG' Star Found Dead at Home, Suicide Suspected Mon Jun 9, 5:42 PM ET Add Entertainment - Reuters TV to My Yahoo! LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Australian actor Trevor Goddard, who played Lt. Cmdr. Mic Brumby on the long-running CBS series "JAG," was found dead at his North Hollywood home of a suspected drug overdose, authorities said on Monday. Goddard's girlfriend discovered his body lying on a bed at about noon on Sunday, Los Angeles County coroner's office spokesman Craig Harvey said. A preliminary investigation indicated his death was a possible suicide by an overdose of...