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Defense counselor Vincent Courcelle-Labrousse pressed the issue of gaps in cellphone data Thursday while cross-examining expert witness Gary Platt at the Special Tribunal for Lebanon.Courcelle-Labrousse – representing the interests of defendant Hussein Hassan Oneissi – questioned Platt extensively about cellphone activity from a particular area in Beirut's southern suburbs, referred to as "Cola" or "Cola activity," in their presentation of evidence. Courcelle-Labrousse identified a lack of cellphone data prior to August 2004, stating that without the missing data, Platt couldn't accurately determine the habits of the defendants.Platt has consistently suggested that the cellphone data should be considered in its totality, rather than arguing that any single phone call makes the case for the prosecution.
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