A pre-trial conference for the Special Tribunal for Lebanon, Tuesday, Oct. 29, 2013. ()
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The Special Tribunal for Lebanon heard testimony from a man Wednesday who provided evidence linking a purple network number to defendant Hussein Oneissi.Analysis also showed the purple number was used on 40 occasions in the vicinity of the witness' office, 37 of which were on days Oneissi had appointments with him.The pointed questions from the lawyer were meant to undercut Tuesday's testimony from another witness that a man alleged to be Oneissi spoke with a Palestinian accent with Ahmad Abu Adass, who was allegedly coerced by him into filming a false confession.It will hear Thursday from a new protected witness whose testimony relates to defendant Salim Ayyash.
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