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Donald Vance (born c. 1976) is an American Navy veteran who was held in detention at Camp Cropper, the United States military's maximum-security detention site in Baghdad for 97 days beginning in April 2006. On December 18, 2006, Vance filed suit against the US government and the former US Secretary of Defense, ...

caselaw.findlaw.com/us-7th-circuit/1615377.html

Nov 7, 2012 ... Case opinion for US 7th Circuit VANCE v. RUMSFELD. Read the Court's full decision on FindLaw.

jurist.org/hotline/2012/12/susan-hu-vance-torture.php

Dec 13, 2012 ... Rumsfeld, Ali v. Rumsfeld and Lebron v. Rumsfeld), the flaws in Vance go even deeper. In barring this suit, the Vance majority relied heavily on two, heretofore narrow, Supreme Court opinions involving suits against the military — Chappell v . Wallace and US v. Stanley — but neither case contemplated the ...

lawprofessors.typepad.com/conlaw/2011/08/seventh-circuit-allows-torture-suit-against-rumsfeld-to-move-forward.html

Aug 8, 2011 ... A divided three-judge panel of the Seventh Circuit ruled on Monday in Vance v. Rumsfeld that a Bivens suit by two Americans alleging that former Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld authorized their torture can move forward. Torture If the case sounds familiar, that's because it is: Just last week, Judge ...

onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/psq.12029/pdf

Bivens. As the recent appellate decisions in Lebron v. Rumsfeld, Padilla v. Yoo, Doe v. Rumsfeld, and Vance v. Rumsfeld display, even when the rights violations involve torture and similar acts, which “shock the conscience,” there is no Bivens relief available to plaintiffs. Imagine this scenario: You are an American citizen.

onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/psq.12029/abstract

May 2, 2013 ... When national security issues are involved, however, the federal courts regularly bar relief under Bivens. As the recent appellate decisions in Lebron v. Rumsfeld, Padilla v. Yoo, Doe v. Rumsfeld, and Vance v. Rumsfeld display, even when the rights violations involve torture and similar acts, which “shock ...

www.justice.gov/sites/default/files/briefs/2017/04/06/16-661_jawad_opp.pdf

Apr 6, 2017 ... 3 The other courts of appeals to have addressed the issue have likewise held that courts may not infer a Bivens remedy in the military-detention context. See Vance v. Rumsfeld, 701 F.3d 193,. 195, 198-203 (7th Cir. 2012) (en banc), cert. denied, 133 S. Ct. 2796. (2013); Lebron v. Rumsfeld, 670 F.3d 540, ...

scholarship.kentlaw.iit.edu/seventhcircuitreview/vol8/iss2/4

In Vance v. Rumsfeld, the Seventh Circuit considered such a claim, though it was no ordinary case of prisoner abuse. The plaintiffs, Donald Vance and Nathan Ertel, were not convicted criminals, but military detainees. The alleged abuse did not occur in a federal prison, but in a military facility near Baghdad in 2006 during  ...

www.cadc.uscourts.gov/internet/opinions.nsf/67264765DD69534285257D19004FB04A/$file/13-5081-1503369.pdf

Jul 18, 2014 ... 2012); see also Vance v. Rumsfeld, 701 F.3d 193, 200-01 (7th Cir. 2012) (en banc). (similar); Lebron v. Rumsfeld, 670 F.3d 540, 551-52 (4th Cir. 2012) (similar ). The same separation-of-powers principle applies here. Congress has been “no idle bystander to th[e] debate” about sexual assault in the military.