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The Special Tribunal for Lebanon recommenced Friday with the cross-examination of prosecution analyst Matthew Barrington.Defense attorneys said the evidence provided suggested that Fakhreddine asked his nephew, Raed, to purchase the "red phones," which prosecutors allege are at the heart of a complex network of cellular phones used to plan and carry out the attack.Defense counselors alleged Friday that this had been the assassins' intention.Arguments were ultimately redirected due to Barrington's minimal involvement in this area of evidence, and will recommence in October with more relevant witnesses.Summarizing his testimony, Barrington stated that he could not provide anything conclusive connecting those involved in his UNIIIC interviews with Hariri's assassination.
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