File - The Judges Walid Akoum, Janet Nosworthy, David Re, Micheline Braidy and Nicola Lettier (LtoR) in the courtroom of the Special Tribunal for Lebanon in The Hague, The Netherlands, January 16 , 2014. REUTERS/Toussaint Kluiters
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Protected Witness PRH 707, a representative of Lebanon's alfa cellular network, returned to the Special Tribunal for Lebanon Monday for cross-examination. The witness was called by the prosecution who has built much of their case on the reams of records from Lebanon's two GSM Networks – mtc touch and alfa. The documents, including billing records, call logs and coverage maps, have been the subject of considerable contention at the tribunal. Firstly, by undermining the consistency of the underlying data and secondly by questioning the ability of the witnesses to personally speak to the accuracy of the information provided in the company records.Witness PRH 707 was cross-examined by defense attorney Vincent Courcelle-Labrousse, representing the interests of Hassan Oneissi – one of the accused.
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