Iñaki Urdangarin and Diego Torres in court over the Duke's intimate e-mails
The Duke is in court following a civil demand regarding intimate emails written by him. Given the sensitivity of the emails, the judge decided to hold the session behind closed doors.Jul 17, 2013 - 1:05:57 PM
The Duke said that the CNI intelligence service periodically controlled that their phone connections and their computer network in Nóos which always worked perfectly.
The Duke is in court following a civil demand regarding intimate emails written by him. Given the sensitivity of the emails, the judge decided to hold the session behind closed doors.
Urdangarin said the security crew came once a week to make copies of the Nóos archives.
When Diego Torres was asked by his lawyer, Manuel González Peeters, he answered that the copies were made by a computer expert who was an intimate friend of the Infanta Cristina. He added, ‘every so often the ‘secret services’ revised the phones and communications, they said to guarantee the safety of the Duke of Palma.
Torres denied passing documents on the private life of the Duke, and said the documents were ‘in the hands of the secret service, the computer experts and other people’.
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