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Investigator Gary Platt's testimony at the Special Tribunal for Lebanon Monday addressed activity that occurred in the early hours of Feb. 14, 2005 – the day that Prime Minister Rafik Hariri was assassinated.Platt is an expert in covert cellular networks. Much of his testimony Monday detailed the possible movements of the Mitsubishi van the prosecution alleges carried the bomb that killed Hariri. Prosecutor Nigel Povoas questioned Platt regarding cellular data attributed to unnamed suspects "Subject 5" and "Subject 7," making the case that the two subjects guided the truck from south Beirut to the area of the crime scene. CCTV footage presented in court showed the Mitsubishi van passing through the tunnel at the same time that the prosecution alleges subjects 5 and 7 were in the same area.
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