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During cross-examination of investigator Gary Platt at the Special Tribunal for Lebanon Friday David Young, the defense counsel for Assad Sabra, focused on his client's role in the alleged "false claim of responsibility". The prosecution claims that, as part of the conspiracy leading up to the attack that killed former Prime Minister Rafik Hariri, several people – including Sabra – made efforts to frame a man named Ahmad Abu Adass for the attack. In the end, Young said, the defense's own investigation turned up seven numbers that spent significant time in the area but that the prosecution didn't follow through with in the investigation.
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