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Cellular data similar to the information that Philips analyzed has been integral to the prosecution's case against the five defendants accused of planning and executing the assassination of Prime Minister Rafik Hariri and 21 others in 2005 .The "anomalies" that Philips discussed Friday centered on several instances before the assassination where phones attributed to one individual appeared to utilize cell sites far apart from each other. At first glance, said Philips, this would indicate that different phones were used by different individuals. Both factors, according to Philips, could produce odd patterns of call data.
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