The jury has been sent out in the trial of the founder of Cornish aid charity Shelterbox.
Tom Henderson (seen above on the left) is accused of awarding contracts for camping and survival equipment to his son's firm.
Tom and John Henderson both deny conspiracy to defraud, as does a third man Darren Gervis, from Beaminster in Dorset, who's accused of trying to hide the details from trustees.
The founder of Shelterbox said he felt like a 'naughty schoolboy' when it was revealed his son was profiting from contracts with the charity
A court has been told how the founder of the Helston charity Shelterbox awarded lucrative contracts to his son so he could buy a house.
Thomas Henderson allegedly ensured deals for camping and survival equipment were given to his 35-year-old son John's companies