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Prosecution analyst Andrew Donaldson concluded testimony Tuesday linking indicted suspect Hassan Merhi to phones allegedly used in plotting the 2005 Beirut bombing before moving on to attribute co-conspirator Badreddine to other cellular devices. Throughout the morning session of Tuesday's hearing at the Special Tribunal for Lebanon, Donaldson attempted to associate a cellphone labeled "Green 071" to Merhi using co-location analysis – a method of cellular investigation used to link multiple phones to a single user. Wrapping up the Merhi case, Donaldson moved onto attributing several cell phones to the late Mustafa Badreddine.Beginning with "Personal Mobile Phone 354," the first phone attributed to the Hezbollah commander, Donaldson exhibited records from the Lebanese American University which indicated Badreddine was registered as a student in Fall 2000 under the phone number 354 .
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