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Defense Counselor David Young Thursday questioned expert witness Gary Platt's previous testimony at the Special Tribunal for Lebanon that linked the five indicted suspects to the 2005 Beirut bombing that killed former Prime Minister Rafik Hariri and 21 others.Throughout Thursday's hearing, Young questioned Platt's possible bias when giving his original testimony. The defense counselor alleged that Platt's statements placing suspects at specific locations rather than general areas implied partiality to the prosecution given his previous capacity as an investigator. Young proceeded into the second session of the hearing by questioning Platt on his preparations for giving evidence.
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