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A prosecution analyst testified before the Special Tribunal for Lebanon Tuesday in Leidschendam, the Netherlands, describing the creation of an "atlas" to map the movements and cellphone usage of alleged conspirators.Defense counselors Thomas Hannis and Guenael Mettraux objected to the late disclosure of Habraken's prepared statement on the collection of maps. Though the atlas itself was disclosed last year, prosecutors only solicited and disclosed her statement last week.The attorneys' repeated objections, and subsequent responses by judges and prosecutors, occupied a significant portion of the day's proceedings.The atlas primarily serves as a visual representation of the data contained in the CSTs, and contains a series of maps showing the coverage of cell sites that play a role in the prosecution's case. Prosecutors said it contains information similar to the "electronic presentation of evidence," a digital depiction of alleged conspirators' movements and communications that they will present later in the trial.
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