Opening Statement in the contempt case against Al Jadeed S.A.L./NEW T.V. S.A.L (N.T.V) and Journalist Karma Khayat. (The Daily Star/STL, HO)
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Anthony Lodge, who manages the registry at the Special Tribunal for Lebanon's Beirut Office, testified before the court today in the contempt case against Al-Jadeed and journalist Karma Khayat.Lodge, who oversees the tribunal's administrative tasks from Beirut, was quizzed by both the prosecution and the defense about conveying legal documents to Al-Jadeed and Khayat. On Aug. 11, Lodge said he sent Khayat an email containing a judicial order to remove the information on the purported confidential witnesses from Al-Jadeed's You Tube channel.
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