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The Daily Star has put together an explainer of the arguments made in the trial at the Special Tribunal for Lebanon of those accused of being involved in the Feb. 14, 2005, assassination of former Prime Minister Rafik Hariri.Two years later, the prosecution added another Hezbollah-affiliated suspect, Hassan Merhi, to the indictment.FOLLOWING THE CELLULAR TRAIL As all four defendants have absconded from the trial, the prosecution built its case on circumstantial evidence more specifically, cellular records allegedly belonging to the accused.VERDICT EXPECTED SOMETIME IN 2019 A final verdict is expected to be delivered sometime in 2019 .Should sentencing take place, both the prosecution and the defense teams retain the right to appeal the verdict.
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