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During investigator Gary Platt's testimony at the Special Tribunal for Lebanon Wednesday, the trial chamber discussed the methodology used to derive conclusions from cellular data records.Nevertheless, Re was unconvinced that the evidence presented so far constituted grounds for making that assertion, defense counsel Thomas Hannis said, claiming that statements like that were unsubstantiated.According to Hannis, these issues are at the heart of the defense's case against the evidence presented so far by the prosecution.In addition to Platt's testimony, prosecutor Allison de Bruir also discussed several witness statements that the prosecution wished to analyze at a later date.
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