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 after a weeklong break with prosecutorial analysts testifying as to how they established the map coordinates of locations where the defendants allegedly used mobile phones to plot former Prime Minister Rafik Hariri's February 2005 assassination.The prosecution argued that the location of the defendants' residences helped confirm the geographic profiles of the mobile phone numbers the men allegedly used, since their map coordinates aligned with those of the call records and cell sites activated by the numbers. Analyst Andrew Fahey, also of the U.K., returned to the stand after testifying in September.Fahey had essentially used documents from banks, reconstruction claims, the land registry and EDL to triangulate the coordinates onto maps from GeoVision and Zawarib.
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