The small Simon, a little boy from Trent, was slayed on the 21st March, 
1475, on Maundy-Thursday during Holy Week. The jews of this town wanted
to celebrate the Passover in their own way; so they secretly abducted
the small boy and carried him to the house of the Jew Samuel. During the
Holy week on the day before Passover, about three hours after supper, 
the litlle boy, like children do, was sitting in front of his parents’
house. Neither his father nor mother were home at the time. It was at
this time that the Jew Tobias approached the child, who was not quite
30 months old, and while speaking kindly, picked him up and carried 
him at once to the house of the jew Samuel. When night fell, the twin
brothers Saligman and Samuel, with Tobias, Vitalis (Veitel), Moses, 
Israel and Mayr, undressed the little boy and unmercifully butchered 
him. While Moses strangled him with a handkerchief as he lay across
Samuel’s knee, pieces of flesh from his neck were cut with a knife and
the blood collected in a bowl. At the same time, they punctured the
naked offering with needles and murmured Hebrew curses. They then cut
pieces of flesh from the boy’s arm and legs and collected the blood in
pots. Finally the torturers mitated the crucifixion by holding the
twitching body upside down and the arms outstretched and during this
horrible act they spoke the following: Take this, crucified Jesus.
Just as our forefathers did once, so may all Christians by land and 
sea perish. They then rushed to their meal. When the child had died 
they threw his body in the river which flowed by their house. After
this, they joyously celebrated Passover. The case was prosecuted by 
bishop Hinderbach, and the jews were sentenced to death. Immediately,
all jews of the area protested the sentence and succeeded in gaining
a new trial for the accused. It was tried before Giudici of Ventimiglia,
and he confirmed the sentence. Again because of jewish protests, the 
case came before the court of Pope Sixtus IV. He commissioned the 
greatest and most famous professor of law at that time, Panvino, to 
serve as Chief Justice. Assisted by six cardinals, he too confirmed the
sentence. The court stated: The Hebrews killed the little boy Simon,
in order to obey a rabbinical religious law; their motive being to
serve a most wicked piety and devotion by obtaining Christian blood
for the celebration of Passover. The records of this trial were
originally kept in the secret archive of the Citadel of St. Angelo and
were then transferred to the Vatican, where they are now available for
examination. They were disclosed by Pope Benedict XIV; Pope Clement XIV
as legal counsellor for the Holy Office, before he became Pope,
verified the murders of both St. Simon of Trent and St. Andreas of Rinn
(remember St. Dominguito del Val, Mártir) as cases of ritual murder
almost 300 years later, in 1770. The boy who was tortured to death at
Trent was canonized by Sixtus V.
Saint Simon of Trent was venerated as martyr from 1475 until 1965, when
the cult was suppressed by order of the Racist Zionist Mafia in
collaboration with they Marranos friends in the VATICAN.
The cult was suppressed in harmony with the modern Church's policy of
abandoning its current TRADITION in favor of modern Judaism.
These are some ritual murders which are known. hundreds of thousands
children disappear every year in the world, perhaps some of them
victims of zionist ritual murder which remain undiscovered.