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A heated argument over the submission of a new report into evidence carried on into its second day Thursday at the Special Tribunal for Lebanon.Philips' report had been commissioned after Le Fraper du Hellen's cross-examination of prosecution analyst Andrew Donaldson, in which she cited a hitherto unmentioned "gray phone" as possible proof that another phone, dubbed the "purple phone," could not have been used by her client. The prosecution, therefore, asked Philips to produce a report linking the purple and gray phones to make the case that they were operated by a single user.Re nevertheless rejected her application to appeal the submission of the report.Philips responded that this aspect of the case was not under his remit, as he was given evidence by the prosecution, which he subsequently analyzed.
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