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Following the Special Tribunal for Lebanon's summer hiatus, prosecution analyst Andrew Donaldson compared call records during a hajj pilgrimage by Salim Ayyash in 2004 and an alleged pilgrimage he took in 2005 during the return session Tuesday.However, when comparing Ayyash's 2005 hajj phone records to those between Jan. 16 and Jan 25, 2005 – the dates of the suspect's alleged trip to Saudi Arabia – Donaldson claimed that it did not tally with the previous year.Incongruent call records between Ayyash 2004 Hajj pilgrimage and his alleged 2005 pilgrimage are part of the prosecution's case that the indicted suspect had in fact not gone to Saudi Arabia despite previous plans and booking the visit.Throughout Tuesday's session, Prosecution Counsel Marc Desalliers attempted to make the case through call records that Ayyash had indeed stayed in Lebanon.
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