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Prosecution analyst Andrew Donaldson attributed mobile phone numbers to defendant Salim Ayyash in his ongoing testimony at the Special Tribunal for Lebanon Tuesday. First attempting to prove attribution of "Personal Mobile Phone 165," Donaldson argued Ayyash could be tied to the "yellow" network, a group of cellphones thought to have been used to coordinate the 2005 assassination of former Prime Minister Rafik Hariri. Through co-location, a method of cellular investigation used to link mobile phones to a single user, Donaldson pointed to similar patterns of use between phones in Beirut's southern suburbs and Ayyash's family's compound in south Lebanon.Donaldson claimed "Yellow 669" could be tied to Ayyash as the phone used the headset from Ayyash's BMW.
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