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The last session of prosecution analyst Andrew Donaldson's cross examination in front of the Special Tribunal for Lebanon was delayed Thursday as lawyers argued over the admissibility of evidence to be presented.The debate raged for almost an hour as counsel for the defense and prosecution argued over whether or not the CSTs were admissible as evidence. President of the Trial Chamber Judge David Re intervened in the lengthy debate to remind the lawyers that Donaldson was still waiting to be called into the trial chamber. The analyst, Re said, was sitting "with snacks and water, but all alone" in the witness chamber waiting to be called in and so the judge sought to mediate a solution.
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