VII. The behavior of the inquisitors of Valencia towards Blankine widow Gonsalvo Ruiz, is now full of horror. This Spaniard was the eightieth year; she always had a reputation for a good Catholic. On it, in such an advanced age, the Inquisition was told that as a child she was doing something that makes her suspect in Judaism. It concluded in a secret prison. Some of her relatives appealed to the Pope and complained about the slow process of management. Dad ordered to proceed immediately to the investigation and the final verdict. His order was not executed; then it March 4, 1518 transferred the case to Rome and commissioned analysis of his house Louis, Bishop Laval, Coadjutor of the Diocese of Valencia, and Olf de Proepte, canon of his church, encouraging the release from prison this respectable woman and put her in a convent, where she would enjoy leaving again to question witnesses, take Statement scribes and the prosecutor, having chosen them out of the Inquisition, to allow Blankine choose a guardian and trustee attorney and judge the accused. Learning of this, the inquisitors did not lose time, and condemned as a suspected Blankinu ??before receiving the papal decree. May 18, 1518 they had received from Charles V a letter to Ambassador Don Luis Carros. The minister should have asked the Pope on behalf of the emperor to approve the action of the inquisitors, saying that the sentence was very lenient, as the judge sentenced Blankinu ??only to lifelong prison and confiscation of property. In almost the same words he wrote to the cardinals of Aragon, Santikvatro, Ancona and Laval. The Charles V could see a monster of cruelty, if we did not know that he considered the law itself to confirm in all cases of this kind of resolution of his mentor Cardinal Adrian.