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At the Special Tribunal for Lebanon hearing Thursday, expert witness John Edward Philips gave evidence to bolster the "single user analysis" theory, suggesting that multiple phones were likely used by the same user.Thursday, Philips expounded on the cellular activity of a pair of cellphones labeled Green 071 and Purple 231 – the color labels signifying distinct cellular networks that have been identified in the case – that the prosecution has argued were used by indicted suspect Hassan Merhi.Philips also detailed the activity of a cellphone labeled Green 023 and that of three personal mobile phones, all of which were allegedly owned by Mustafa Badreddine.
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