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Prosecution analyst Andrew Donaldson concluded his testimony on the "Purple 231" cellphone attributed to a defendant at the Special Tribunal for Lebanon Monday, raising questions and objections from the defense counsel.Using phone records and witness statements, Donaldson established that a delivery was to be made on Nov. 24, 2004, but an order error lead to a second delivery on the Nov. 26 .Due to the circumstances, trial chamber president Judge David Re requested more information about the witness from senior prosecution counsel Alexander Milne to ascertain whether Donaldson was putting forth his own opinion, or in fact gathering it from a deceased individual.
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