Moe Davis for Congress

Moe Davis for Congress

U.S. House – North Carolina 11

Moe Davis is a retired Air Force Colonel, former Chief Prosecutor at Guantanamo Bay, Director of the Air Force Judiciary, national security specialist for Congress, law professor, judge, speaker, writer and expert who has appeared on news shows from NBC to CNN, CBS, Fox, MSNBC and NPR.

His military honors include the Legion of Merit, six Meritorious Service Medals, Southwest Asia Service Medal, Global War on Terrorism Expeditionary Medal, Global War on Terrorism Service Medal and Headquarters Air Force Judge Advocate of the Year award.

Moe Davis, 61, born, raised and educated in North Carolina, joined the Air Force in 1983 after graduating from North Carolina Central University Law School and began his career as Chief of Military Justice at Patrick Air Force Base in Florida. He was ultimately promoted to Colonel in 2001 and was assigned as Chief Prosecutor for the Military Commissions at Guantanamo Bay in September, 2005. Among his first policies there was to prohibit the use of evidence obtained through torture. When the Bush Administration ordered him to change that policy, Col. Davis refused and resigned his post. His final assignment was as Director of the Air Force Judiciary and he retired from the military after 25 years of service in 2008.

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