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The Special Tribunal for Lebanon resumed Wednesday with a hearing to bring expert witness John Edward Philips to the stand. Philips testified on new prosecution evidence linking defendant Hassan Habib Merhi to a cellular device dubbed the "gray phone". The prosecution completed a near-200 page report on the device, submitting their evidence to the defense five days before Wednesday's hearing.Following Milne's statement, defense counsel Dorothee Le Fraper du Hellen protested the move, detailing the reasons for her opposition for the remainder of the hearing.Despite Re's multiple attempts to invite Philips into the courtroom and begin testimony pending further decision, Le Fraper du Hellen repeated her objections.
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