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The prosecution at the Special Tribunal for Lebanon Wednesday submitted for inclusion a report suggesting links between Hezbollah and those accused of orchestrating the 2005 assassination of former Prime Minister Rafik Hariri.Indeed, the indictment, submitted in 2011, noted that the accused were "supporters of Hezbollah," and that two of the accused, Mustafa Badreddine and Salim Ayyash, were brothers-in-law of senior Hezbollah commander Imad Mughniyah, a founding member of Hezbollah who ran its military wing from 1983 until his death in February 2008 .These phones were frequently used in the Haret Hreik neighborhood in Beirut's southern suburbs where Hezbollah has its headquarters, and have been attributed by the prosecution to the accused.Hezbollah itself has never been straightforwardly implicated in the trial, although the prosecution occasionally connects the group indirectly.
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