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Investigator Gary Platt's testimony Thursday at the Special Tribunal for Lebanon honed in on the so-called "setup phase" of operation that led to the assassination of former Prime Minister Rafik Hariri in 2005 .Though ultimately implicit, much of Platt's testimony Thursday discussed the period of time from Jan. 18, 2005, leading up to the Feb. 14, 2005 attack. Both Platt and prosecutor Nigel Povoas detailed one particular component of this phase during Thursday's session – namely the trip made by an unidentified subject using a phone in the "blue network" to the Bekaa Valley town of Anjar. However, Povoas noted that the significance of these calls might only be apparent when the prosecution discusses call records up to the date of the assassination.
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