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Testimony at the Special Tribunal for Lebanon Monday further discussed how patterns of telecoms data demonstrated surveillance of late Prime Minister Rafik Hariri. Gary Platt, an expert in covert cellular networks, focused on phone calls made between Feb. 4 and Feb. 7, 2005, just days before Hariri and 21 others were assassinated on Feb. 14, in an explosion in Beirut. Platt, prompted by questioning from Prosecutor Nigel Povoas, detailed a series of alleged phone call movements between areas that Hariri frequented, despite the fact that Hariri was on his way to the airport. This, Platt said, gave additional evidence that these calls were closely monitoring Hariri's movements.
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