File - The MTC Touch building is seen in Beirut, Tuesday, March 19, 2013. (The Daily Star/Mohammad Azakir)
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Protected witness PRH 705 completed his testimony Thursday as the designated representative of the MTC touch cellular network at The Special Tribunal for Lebanon.Defense attorney Thomas Hannis, representing the interests of Salim Ayyash, completed his cross-examination of the witness by clarifying comments about some of the documents handed over by the network.The records were a source of debate at the trial, as defense attorneys contested submitting documents into evidence if the witness could not personally attest to their origin. After the lunch recess, Prosecutor Fabia Wong took over to ask the witness several questions on records submitted concerning cellphone handsets that prosecutors allege were used by the deceased Hezbollah commander Mustafa Badreddine.Judge David Re, the Trial Chamber president, highlighted the weight the telecommunications evidence has carried in the proceedings as PRH 705's testimony concluded.
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