Letter from Bernardino Diaz to his brother-in-law Esteban Cornejo.
The author complains about the helplessness of his situation and asks Esteban Cornejo to send him all the things he asked in the letter he sent to his wife.
The accused in this process was Esteban Cornejo. In 1517 he was accused by the Inquisition Tribunal of Toledo of having hidden the death of Bartolomé Martínez, who had been assassinated by Bernardino Diaz as a retaliation for having testified against him to the Inquisition Tribunal. Bernardino Diaz managed to run away and flee to Portugal. Eventually, Esteban Cornejo was condemned to file in the procession of San Juan as a penitent, and to pay eight golden ducados.
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