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Covert cellular phone networks investigator Gary Platt returned to the Special Tribunal for Lebanon again Friday to present evidence of how telecoms data demonstrated suspects surveilling former Prime Minister Rafik Hariri in the lead up to his assassination.Platt contended that phone calls made on the second day of the period placed suspects in the assassination plot meters away from the former prime minister and deputy prime minister at the St. Georges Yacht Club in Beirut.Via PowerPoint, the investigator demonstrated heavy "red network" activity with some scattered "blue network" and "green work" activity for several hours in the vicinity of Hariri's meeting at the St. Georges Yacht Club on the Friday in question in question, just ten days before the assassination.Platt claimed that such concentrated activity of the three phone networks next to Hariri indicated that major players of the assassination were present in the area on that day.
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