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Defense counsel Thomas Hannis detailed alternate explanations for evidence presented by expert witness Gary Platt, in his first day of cross-examination Tuesday at the Special Tribunal for Lebanon.In each situation, Hannis sought to demonstrate that there were various possible explanations for claims that Platt had made throughout his testimony last month.Hannis posed an alternative option Tuesday, calling his and Platt's divergent explanations "equally as probable".While not meant seriously, Hannis said that his alternative explanations revealed that – barring concrete evidence – there was little the prosecution could do to narrow down the list of possible scenarios for the different kinds of activity evidenced by the phone data.
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