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Prosecution analyst Andrew Donaldson took to the witness stand at the Special Tribunal for Lebanon once again Monday, under cross-examination by Emile Aoun, lead defense counsel for defendant Salim Ayyash.Donaldson, who provided the prosecution's reports on the suspects' cellphone usage, is scheduled to complete his evidence this week after appearing before the chamber over several months.Much of Thursday's shortened session followed a similar pattern to previous days: The defense counsel again took issue with Donaldson's attribution of particular cellphones to a defense counsel client.Donaldson was unconvinced, stating that evidence of this kind would not factor highly when attributing a cellphone.
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