Photo of the model representing the crime scene of the 14 February 2005 attack after the explosion. (The Daily Star/STL, HO)
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A similar van reappeared nearly an hour later on the same camera, and was picked up on CCTV recordings from the nearby Phoenicia Hotel and HSBC bank, just over a minute ahead of Hariri's convoy.The prosecution spent hours in hearings Wednesday and Thursday detailing the path of the "suspicious" van in a second-by-second analysis by Robyn Fraser, the CCTV expert witness, indicating they thought it was the vehicle that carried out the attack.The former premier's convoy appears in the footage approximately a minute after the van was seen.The prosecution also showed images taken by the HSBC CCTV cameras which depict the moment of the explosion without capturing the actual van being detonated. Fraser also revealed the prosecution had not asked a vehicle expert to ascertain whether the van shown in all cameras was the same one.The footage also does not reveal whether the van was carrying any explosives.
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