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Witness testimony at the Special Tribunal for Lebanon Thursday focused on mapping communication between suspects in an attempt to demonstrate collusion in the months leading up to the 2005 assassination of former Prime Minister Rafik Hariri. Prosecutor Nigel Povoas questioned witness Gary Platt, an expert in covert cellular networks, on activity by the five defendants to establish their whereabouts at key moments. When pressed by Thomas Hannis, defense co-counsel representing Salim Ayyash, on the significance of the call patterns, Platt responded that the regular "trigger calls" within the vicinity of the Faqra villa between Subject 6, an unattributed phone that is said to have had a prominent coordination role, and the phone attributed to Ayyash near the Qoreitem residence showed a clear command structure to the co-conspirators.
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