updated Mon. December 4, 2023
February 16, 2018
The sun rises as I retrieve Thursday's Los Angeles Times from my driveway. On the front page, the indelible image from Wednesday's high school shooting in Parkland, Fla., is of a woman, presumably a mother, crying, her arm clasped tight around another parent. The forehead of this present-day MadonnaÃâÃÂ ...
Media Matters for America (blog)
November 30, 2016
Former Army Judge Advocate General: “There Is No Way Any Competent And Knowledgeable Attorney Can Say That Waterboarding Is Legal.” According to retired Maj. Gen. Thomas Romig, who served as judge advocate general for the U.S. Army, “There is no way any competent and knowledgeableÃâÃÂ ...
August 6, 2015
Ricardo Sanchez, Lieutenant General and the former top coalition commander in Iraq. Thomas Romig, Major General and Army JAG. Antonio Taguba, Major General. The United Nations Office of the High Commissioner ÃâÃÂ· Downing Street ÃâÃÂ· The United States has always considered waterboarding to be aÃâÃÂ ...
Stars and Stripes
December 16, 2014
Gen. Thomas Romig, Army judge advocate general at the time, wrote in a March 2003 memo to the Department of the Air Force general counsel. ... Gen. Jack Rives, the deputy judge advocate general of the Air Force at the time, echoed those concerns. He wrote in a February 2003 memo that several of theÃâÃÂ ...