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Prosecution analyst Andrew Donaldson testified Wednesday at the Special Tribunal for Lebanon that a phone linked to the alleged conspiracy to assassinate former Prime Minister Rafik Hariri could be tied to defendant Salim Ayyash.Donaldson said Ayyash could be tied to the yellow phones in part, because of his actions when he crashed his black BMW on the Sidon-Beirut Highway 13 years ago. It was not the first, or only time those two phones were used near each other.Donaldson acknowledged the anomalies, but said that some cases were explicable.One percent of cases, however, Donaldson could not explain.
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