ORDER OF THE
INTER-AMERICAN COURT OF HUMAN RIGHTS
OF NOVEMBER 22, 2010
CASE OF BAYARRI V. ARGENTINA
MONITORING COMPLIANCE WITH JUDGMENT
The Judgment on preliminary objections, merits, reparations, and costs (hereinafter
the “Judgment”) delivered by the Inter-American Court of Human Rights (hereinafter the
“Court,” the “Inter-American Court,” or the “Tribunal”) on October 30, 2008, whereby, inter
alia, the Court:
The State must pay Mr. Juan Carlos Bayarri the amounts referred to in paragraphs 141,
142, 151, 155, 159, 170, and 194 of the […] Judgment, as compensation for pecuniary and nonpecuniary damages, as well as expenses and fees incurred, within one year of the date of
notification of the […] Judgment […].
The State must immediately provide Mr. Juan Carlos Bayarri with the free medical care
he requires and must do so for as long as necessary […].
The State must conclude the criminal proceedings begun as a result of the events that
led to the violations in the present case and adjudicate the matter in accordance with applicable
The State must publish in the Official Gazette and in two other publications with a wide
national circulation, on just one occasion, Chapters I, VII, VIII and IX of the […] Judgment,
without the corresponding footnotes and the operative paragraphs of the Judgment, within six
months of the date of notification of the […] Judgment […].
The State must ensure that Mr. Juan Carlos Bayarri’s name is duly and immediately
purged from all public records in which he appears with a criminal history […].
The State must include, if it has not already done so, members of security services and
the investigatory and administrative bodies of its legal system in its activities to create awareness
and greater education on the prevention of torture and cruel, inhuman, or degrading treatment
The briefs of January 8, February 3, and February 24, 2010, and annexes, whereby
the Argentine Republic (hereinafter the “State” or “Argentina”) presented information on
progress made towards compliance with the Judgment handed down by the Tribunal in the
The brief of April 5, 2010, and its annexes, whereby the representatives of the victim
(hereinafter the “representatives”) presented their observations on the information
submitted by the State (supra Having Seen 2).