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Special analyst for the prosecution Andrew Donaldson was put under the spotlight again at the Special Tribunal for Lebanon Tuesday as Defense Counsel Dorothee Le Fraper du Hellen wrapped up her cross-examination, followed immediately by that of Counsel Chad Mair. During the session, Le Fraper du Hellen questioned Donaldson on the language he used in his report on phones attributed to an indicted suspect on trial for the 2005 assassination of former Prime Minister Rafik Hariri in Downtown Beirut.The reason, Donaldson said, was limited data and evidence on the so-called covert phones, specifically in the so-called "green network".Afterward, Mair, representing the interests of Salim Ayyash, took up the questioning.Mair asked Donaldson.
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