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Analyst Andrew Fahey, formerly of Scotland Yard, returned to the stand at the Special Tribunal for Lebanon Monday to give evidence on maps he created for prosecutors.However the telecommunications data necessary to build the prosecution's case is invariably complex. It has therefore put significant resources into what it calls the Electronic Presentation of Evidence, software that overlays information from phone records onto maps of Beirut and other parts of Lebanon. Fahey himself offered corrections to several typographical errors that appeared in the published data, noting they did not change his evidence. The defense then pressed him on areas of the maps that show gaps in coverage, or where coverage appears to overlap. Prosecutors spent much of the session entering records and statements into evidence, concluding the hearing early.
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