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During cross-examination at the Special Tribunal for Lebanon Wednesday, defense counselor Chad Mair questioned expert witness John Edward Philips about his analysis of so-called co-located phones.Throughout Philips' testimony, instances of co-location have been used to support his "single user analysis" theory. Consistent with previous cross-examinations by defense counselors, Mair's line of questioning Wednesday attempted to compromise the integrity of Philips' testimony.Referencing analysis conducted by Philips that counted the number of times two phones attributed to the unnamed Subject 7 were co-located, Mair noted that over the course of a period of several months, co-location between the phones in question occurred only once.
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