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The defense for Salim Ayyash, one of four accused of involvement in the 2005 bombing that killed former Prime Minister Rafik Hariri and 21 others, questioned prosecution witness Andrew Donaldson again regarding how he selected evidence to include in prosecution reports.Emile Aoun, lead defense counsel for Ayyash, referenced various witnesses who stated that they did not believe Ayyash used a mobile phone over a certain period when Donaldson suggested that, given the setting and local context, the information was not completely reliable. Aoun suggested that the prosecution had not only been overly selective of information, but had completely dropped the witness statements of some of Ayyash's family members because they were unsupportive of the prosecution case.
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