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For over a month, Platt, an expert in covert cellular networks, testified on cellular data that has formed the basis of the prosecution's case against the five defendants accused of orchestrating the February 2005 bombing that killed Hariri and 21 others.During Thursday's session, Platt spoke at length about the "red network" phone surveillance of Hariri on Feb. 12, 2005 while he was at a church in Ashrafieh's Mar Mikhael.Platt noted a high volume of calls made by the red network in the vicinity of the church around 11 a.m. when Hariri's entourage arrived.Platt said that surveillance operatives were also situated beyond the vicinity of the church, monitoring roads that led to Hariri's mountain home in Faqra.
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