Security personnel gathered at the site of the explosion which killed former Prime Minister Rafik Hariri and 21 others on Feb.14, 2005. (The Daily Star/Mohammad Azakir)
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More details emerged Wednesday about the closely guarded identity of jeweler Sami Issa, as his former bodyguard continued testifying at the Special Tribunal for Lebanon.When senior prosecutor Graeme Cameron questioned why Issa required such heavy security, the witness said he did not know.While Issa endeavored to be unidentifiable, the bodyguard noted he had a limp and used an orthopedic instep.On occasions when Issa sent him to fetch his wallet from his briefcase, the bodyguard saw up to five mobile phones inside. He noted that bodyguards were strictly prohibited from looking at the screens of Issa's phones, and a ringing phone had to be handed to Issa facedown. Cameron will continue questioning the witness Thursday.
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