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Witness testimony at the Special Tribunal for Lebanon Wednesday detailed the surveillance of former Prime Minister Rafik Hariri's movements in the months leading up to his 2005 assassination.Previous testimony by Platt mapped out the initial stages of the surveillance operation that was primarily located around Hariri's residence at Qoreitem in west Beirut.Prior to this date, surveillance of Hariri was conducted exclusively by two unnamed and unattributed cell phones – identified in the case only as Subject 5 and Subject 7 .Platt said that cellular data indicated that the surveillance team most likely did not follow Hariri from his home to Haret Hreik, but was instead already in position when he arrived.
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