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The attribution of cell phones to indicted suspects in the 2005 assassination of former Prime Minister Rafik Hariri was the central focus of the Special Tribunal for Lebanon Tuesday.The defense criticized Donaldson's failure to define his own role once the decision was made in 2012 that he would be used as an attribution witness. Donaldson produced numerous reports for the prosecution during that time, but failed to address how he defined "attribution," drawing criticism from both the counsel for the defense, and the trial judges. Emphasizing the importance of cellphone data to the case, Trial Chamber President Judge David Re followed up the point.Donaldson agreed with the defense counsel that cellphone data attribution was not an exact science.
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