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Information related to passport applications and telephone records were revised and entered into evidence by prosecution counsel at the Special Tribunal for Lebanon in a short session Monday. The passport applications, according to the prosecution, were useful for bolstering their assertion that a particular cellphone number belonged to Hussein Hassan Oneissi, one of the accused in the case.Cellphone records have been critical to the prosecution's case against the five defendants. The prosecution put forward similar evidence related to Hassan Habib Merhi, another defendant.
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