XIII. This event made also assume that in Castile at the time there was no Inquisition; but opinion is unreasonable, because we do not know whether the brother was not Francisco de Soria Dominican inquisitor. Besides being a chronicle of Juan II did not give any details about the event, pravdrpodobno the king, inquiring about the case, he ordered the bishop Kalaory Calzada and persecution of heretics as belonging by right to its jurisdiction. As a result of the court proceedings the accused were sent to San Domingo, which was closer to Durango, than Kalaora. I note that, perhaps out of a desire to reward the zeal shown in this case the bishop of the house of Diego de Zuniga, brother of the Duke of Plasencia, the king appointed him archbishop of Toledo after the death of Juan de Seresuely house, half-brother of the constable  Don Alvaro de Luna. The house is not occupied Diego episcopal see of Toledo, because he died in 1444. If, due to the fact that there was no question of the inquisitors, it was permissible conclude from this that they were not then in Castile, then we should deduce from both concluded that the Bishop did not interfere in this matter, which is of course incredibly because the investigation of these cases belonged to him by law, and more specifically, than anyone else.