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Gary Platt's testimony at the Special Tribunal for Lebanon Wednesday detailed more surveillance of former Prime Minister Rafik Hariri in the days immediately leading up to his assassination.As in previous testimony, Platt's evidence was primarily drawn from cellular data that forms the basis of the prosecution's case.Throughout the proceedings, lawyers have used the movements of cellphones attributed to the five defendants to track the alleged plot leading up to the assassination.Once again, Povoas failed to detail the exact connection – though in previous testimony, Platt had noted that the defendants may have used the Mreijeh area to store the vehicle-borne explosive device eventually used to kill Hariri.
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