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STL single-user theory has holes, but still sound: witnessOn his final day of answering prosecutors' questions at the Special Tribunal for Lebanon, expert witness John Edward Philips again traced the appearance of anomalies in the "single-user analysis" theory. The single-user theory proposed by the prosecution suggests that phones linked to the planning of the 2005 Beirut bombing that killed former Prime Minister Rafik Hariri and 21 others did not necessarily each have distinct, separate users but a group of handsets were used by each of the suspected conspirators.Having provided evidence to back up the single-user theory in previous appearances, Philips Monday reviewed instances that might challenge the theory.As direct examination of Philips wound down in the afternoon session, Desalliers questioned the witness as to whether the number of anomalies should be considered "significant," from his informed perspective.
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