File - A view of a sign on the exterior of the Special Tribunal for Lebanon in The Hague, The Netherlands, January 16, 2014. (REUTERS/Toussaint Kluiters/United Photos)
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Defense counsel questioned the accuracy of cellular coverage maps at the Special Tribunal for Lebanon Monday.Defense counsel David Young – representing the interests of Sabra – questioned prosecution analyst Andrew Donaldson on why coverage maps were not routinely used in court cases in the U.K., where both Donaldson and Young are from.The defense counsel then drew upon his own knowledge to inform the chamber that coverage maps are normally rejected in U.K. courts due to their lack of precision. Using this information, he continued to criticize Donaldson's testimony. Following a bout on the semantics of Young's questions, the prosecution analyst agreed that coverage maps were not wholly accurate or reliable.
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