2 of the Privy Council; and the nature itself of the execution, which is by hanging; e) Messrs. Boyce remedies; and and Joseph have exhausted available domestic f) warrants were read to Messrs. Boyce and Joseph for their executions on Tuesday, September 21, 2004. 3. The representations made by the Commission to the effect that Messrs. Boyce and Joseph “are under a serious and urgent risk of irreparable damage pending the completion of their proceedings before the Inter-American human rights system.” Further, the Commission stated that “the execution of the alleged victims prior to the completion of these processes would render any eventual recommendations or judgments moot in terms of the efficacy of potential remedies, such as commutation of their death sentences.” In light of the above, the Commission concluded that the facts alleged constitute a situation of extreme gravity and urgency, justifying the issuing of an Order of provisional measures by the Court, in accordance with Article 63(2) of the Convention. Consequently, the Commission requested that the Court order the State to “take all measures necessary to preserve the lives and physical integrity of Lennox Boyce and Jeffrey Joseph so as not to hinder the processing of their cases before the Inter-American system […] and inform the […] Court immediately concerning the measures taken to comply with the present request.” 4. The Order of September 17, 2004 issued by the President of the Court (hereinafter “the President”), which decided: 1. To require the State to adopt, without delay, all of the necessary measures to preserve the life and physical integrity of Lennox Boyce and Jeffrey Joseph, so as not to hinder the processing of their cases before the Inter-American system. 2. To require the State to inform the Inter-American Court of Human Rights, within 10 days of the notification of the present Order, regarding the steps it has taken in fulfillment of [the] Order. 3. To require the representatives of the beneficiaries of the present urgent measures to submit their observations to the State’s report within five days of its reception, and to require the Commission to submit its observations to the State’s report within seven days of its reception. 4. To require the State, after the submission of its first report, to continue informing the Court every two months regarding the measures it adopts, and to require the representatives of the beneficiaries of the present urgent measures and the Commission to submit their observations to those State reports within four and six weeks, respectively, of the reception of such reports. […] 5. The communication of October 11, 2004, in which the Secretariat of the Court (hereinafter “the Secretariat”) notified the State that, pursuant to the President’s Order of September 17, 2004, it was required to submit, no later than September 27, 2004, a report detailing the action taken in fulfillment of that Order. Following the instructions of the President, the Secretariat requested the State “to present this information as soon as possible”. 6. The communication of October 14, 2004, in which the representatives of the beneficiaries advised that “on 17th September 2004, the High Court of Barbados granted Conservatory Orders staying the executions of Mr. Lennox Boyce and Mr.