Spain's Princess Cristina arrives at the courthouse in Palma de Mallorca, Spain, Saturday, Feb. 8, 2014. (AP Photo/Manu Fernandez)
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Cristina, the first Spanish royal to be questioned in court since the monarchy was restored in 1975, faced Judge Jose Castro, who has summoned her as a fraud and money laundering suspect.Castro has referred to Aizoon in court paperwork as a "front company".Court paperwork shows that Castro is keen to clear up uncertainty about 1.2 million euros that may have been transferred from Noos to Aizoon.Spain's royal family is eager to have the case -- that has dragged on for years -- to end rapidly so it can try to rebuild the trust it once had, Spanish royalty watchers say.
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