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Prosecution analyst Andrew Donaldson attributed several mobile devices to defendant Salim Ayyash in Thursday's hearing of the Special Tribunal for Lebanon.Donaldson spent the majority of the morning session using co-location analysis to claim that a cell phone labeled "Yellow 235" was linked to Personal Mobile Phone 935 – a device previously attributed to Ayyash by the prosecution.Donaldson continued Thursday's testimony demonstrating instances of co-location between additional phones attributed to Ayyash.In the concluding remarks of his summary, Donaldson presented a slideshow with details of the similar activities between covert phones, Yellow 294, Blue 233, Red 741, Yellow 669 and Ayyash's personal phone.
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