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The legitimacy of several "photo boards" used to identify suspects in the assassination of former Prime Minister Rafik Hariri was called into question Monday by defense counselors at the Special Tribunal for Lebanon.However, the primary creator of the boards, Lorenzo Lanzi, had indicated in a statement given at the tribunal in 2015 that he had not been trained to create photo boards – casting doubt onto the legitimacy of the process itself.Von Wistinghausen also inquired about internal processes within the Office of the Prosecutor while creating the boards.However, Williams maintained that the creation of the identification boards was carefully conducted and well-thought-out.
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