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Defense counselors questioned the prosecution's examination of witness Gary Platt at the Special Tribunal for Lebanon, claiming new evidence had been presented without due process.Several defense counselors interjected, saying that no proper warning was given to allow the defense to prepare questions regarding this evidence.Despite the outcry, Trial Chamber President Judge David Re allowed Povoas to continue with his questioning of Platt. However, the witness' testimony on cellular evidence was frequently halted due to objections from the defense.
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