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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The Special Tribunal for Lebanon resumed Tuesday with the acrimonious cross-examination of prosecutorial analyst Kei Kamei, as defense counselor Guenael Mettraux walked her through testimony on Ahmad Abu Adass, a man who appeared in a video claiming the responsibility for the Rafik Hariri assassination.Mettraux's approach, which elicited little information from the witness, was met with repeated interruption from judges and objections from Prosecutor Alexander Milne. The court excused the witness to discuss the matter nearly as soon as he had begun examination. Milne contended that Kamei would not be able to verify the truth of what was said in the interviews she had conducted with witnesses. Mettraux contended that it was his duty to put evidence in front of the court, and admonished the prosecution for not doing the same.
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