File - A view of the Special Tribunal for Lebanon building in The Hague. (The Daily Star)
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Prime Minister Rafik Hariri's assassins purchased cellphone SIM cards using the identities of unsuspecting Tripoli citizens who had visited phone shops in early 2005, according to the narrative advanced by the prosecution of the Special Tribunal for Lebanon Wednesday.The prosecution read witness statements from a number of Tripolitans whose names were registered to phone numbers which the prosecution claims were used by the assassins. In January the STL heard from several other witnesses whose names had been tied to lines which the prosecution claims were used for surveillance and carrying out the attack on Hariri.Judge Re did not issue a decision regarding the concurrent testimony of the Argentine experts.
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