Inaki Urdangarin To Testify in Spanish Fraud Inquiry


Inaki Urdangarin , Princess Cristina's husband, and his lawyer Mario... News PhotoAdult,Arrival,Arts Culture and Entertainment,Courthouse,Crime,Evidence,Giving,Human Interest,Husband,Inaki Urdangarin,Justice - Concept,Law,Lawyer,Majorca,Men,Noos Case,Palma,Princess,Princess Cristina of Spain,Royalty,Spain,Spanish Royalty,VerticalPhotographer Collection: Europa Press 2013 Europa PressPALMA DE MALLORCA, SPAIN - FEBRUARY 23: Inaki Urdangarin (L), Princess Cristina's husband, and his lawyer Mario Pascual Vives arrive at the courthouse of Palma de Mallorca to give evidence during the during the 'Palma Arena trial' on February 23, 2013 in Palma de Mallorca, Spain. The son-in-law of King Juan Carlos of Spain, Inaki Urdangarin, Duke of Palma will testify in court over allegations that he misused millions of euros of public funds, allocated to organise sports and tourism events, during his time a chairman of a non-profit foundation from 2004 to 2006. Public prosecutors suspect the non-profit foundation named 'Instituo Noos', headed by Urdangarin, of siphoning away funds from public contracts awarded to companies run by Urdangarin and his business partners. (Photo by Europa Press/Europa Press via Getty Images)