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After not addressing the issue for several weeks, Trial Chamber President David Re dealt with a string of defense objections over the prosecution's alleged obstruction of procedural process at the Special Tribunal for Lebanon Tuesday. Before the prosecution resumed its questioning of telecoms expert Gary Platt during Tuesday's second session, Re and defense counselor Thomas Hannis settled several objections from recent weeks that were reiterated in the morning session.Hannis, representing the interests of defendant Salim Ayyash, has made objections on a near daily basis. Along the same line, Hannis later contended that evidence presented during a segment of the prosecution's case ought to be inadmissible.
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