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Sparks flew over cellular network evidence at the Special Tribunal for Lebanon Tuesday as proceedings resumed following a weeklong suspension. Throughout the day's curtailed hearing, prosecution counselor Fabia Wong organized and presented cellular evidence collected by the prosecution and witnesses from prior hearings.Cellular data has been critical to the prosecution's case. Several groups of cellular networks – codified by color – have been used to expose various elements of the alleged conspiracy that led to the 2005 assassination of former Prime Minister Rafik Hariri. Wong's statement stirred an immediate response from the defense counselor, Mohamed Aouini.Aouini denied the validity of the trial counsel's declaration, accusing the prosecution of changing its language and presenting false facts.
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