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Defense counselor Mohamed Aouini questioned Special Tribunal for Lebanon expert witness Gary Platt Tuesday on inconsistent cellphone activity attributed to alleged covert networks used by the defendants. Over the past two months, Platt has testified on behalf of the prosecution regarding cellphone records linking the five defendants to the Feb. 14, 2005, Beirut bombing that assassinated former Prime Minister Rafik Hariri. Although the prosecution delineated these networks as covert groups used by the conspirators, the defense countered Tuesday that numerous phone calls made by phones in the green and purple groups did not always abide by covert strategies.
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