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The Special Tribunal for Lebanon heard further testimony from a representative of the Alfa network Wednesday, as prosecutors sought to establish the provenance and chain of custody of cellular phone records vital to their case.Trial counsel Fabia Wong sought to dispel some of these doubts by taking protected witness PRH 707 through schematics illustrating how Alfa's data was generated and stored. The witness, selected to represent the company due to his extensive experience with the network, tried to explain the process to the court.The witness testified that MSCs automatically generate call data records in a "machine language," which must be run through a proprietary protocol on a computer to make them readable.Wong asked the witness directly about the possibility that the records could be overwritten or amended.
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