Inter-American Court of Human Rights

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Injured former inmate

Percentage of the injury

1. Juan Carlos Zarza Viveros

36 %

2. Miguel Ángel Coronel Ramírez

35 %

3. Sergio Vincent Navarro Moraez

35 %

4. Alberto David Martínez

34 %

5. Miguel Ángel Martínez

34 %

6. Raúl Esteban Portillo

30 %

7. César Fidelino Ojeda Acevedo

30 %

8. Pedro Iván Peña

27 %

9. Ever Ramón Molinas Zárate

25 %

10. Arsenio Joel Barrios Báez

22 %

11. Francisco Ramón Adorno

20 %

12. Alfredo Duarte Ramos

18 %

13. Abel Achar Acuña

17 %

14. Osvaldo Mora Espinola

16 %

15. Ismael Méndez Aranda

16 %

16. Hugo Antonio Vera Quintana

14 %

17. Clemente Luis Escobar González

7 %

18. Juan Ramón Lugo

5 %

19. Carlos Román Feris Almirón

5 %

20. Pablo Ayala Azola

4 %

21. Julio César García

4 %

22. José Amado Jara

3 %

23. Rolando Benítez

2 %

292. As this Court does not have figures for 19 of the injured former inmates,5 it will assume that they sustained burns over less than 5% of their body and award them the corresponding sum.

b) Damnum emergens

293. The Commission reported that the State had covered the damnum emergens (supra para. 284.a), and the representatives did not provide evidence to support their counterclaim. The foregoing notwithstanding, the body of evidence in the present case contains various statements6 demonstrating that the State did not in fact cover all the medical expenses of Francisco Ramón Adorno, or all the medical and funeral expenses of Sergio David Poletti Domínguez and Mario del Pilar Álvarez Pérez. The State covered only a portion of those expenses. As no specific evidence was offered concerning the supposed expenses, this Court deems it appropriate to grant in equity the sum of US$ 1,000.00 (one thousand United States dollars) to the next of kin of each of the above-named former inmates. That total amount will be distributed in the following manner and go to the persons shown to have covered the expenses in question:
i) the total for the medical expenses of victim Francisco Ramón Adorno is to be paid to his mother, who must appear before the competent authority and identify herself;
ii) the total amount for the medical and funeral expenses of victim Sergio David Poletti Domínguez is to be divided, in equal parts, between Ms. Teofista Domínguez and Guillermo Augusto Poletti, the victim’s parents; and
iii) the total amount for the medical and funeral expenses of victim Mario del Pilar Álvarez Pérez is to be paid to his mother, Mrs. María Teresa de Jesús Pérez.
294. Based on the foregoing, the Court establishes compensation for the pecuniary damages caused by the violations found in the present Judgment in the following amounts:

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articulos -> Inter-American Court of Human Rights Case of Loayza-Tamayo v. Peru Judgment of November 27, 1998
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articulos -> Inter-American Court of Human Rights Case of Albán-Cornejo et al v. Ecuador Judgment of August 5, 2008
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