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In a second day of questioning, former investigator Glenn Williams was further asked Tuesday at the Special Tribunal for Lebanon about "photo boards" used to identify suspects in the assassination of former Prime Minister Rafik Hariri.Similar to a classic police lineup, along with images of Oneissi and Sabra, the photo boards organized by Williams depicted a number of other people with comparable features taken from Lebanese passport applications. At Monday's session, defense counselor Natalie von Wistinghausen, co-counsel for the team representing Oneissi, questioned the process of creating the boards as well as their use in identifying suspects in such cases. During the cross-examination, Judge Micheline Braidy contributed to the questioning, asking Williams what parties had contributed to the photos chosen.
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