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Prosecution analyst Andrew Donaldson spent most of Thursday's hearing of the Special Tribunal for Lebanon attempting to link the cellphone labeled "Purple 231" to Hassan Merhi, one of suspects indicted for the 2005 bombing that killed former Prime Minister Rafik Hariri and killed 21 other. Purple 231 is one of many cellphones cited by the prosecution as incriminating evidence, allegedly used in the organization of the conspiracy. However, by the end of the day's session, Judge Micheline Braidy still posed fundamental questions to Donaldson about the connection between the two devices.Donaldson will continue his testimony Friday, when he is expected to give further evidence on Purple 231's attribution to Merhi.
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