UPDATE: February 13, 2017
After this article was originally published, I was contacted by Ron Serber at Cellebrite. We discussed the issues presented by UFED and it's parsing of the data in this test case and I happily sent him a copy of the UFED file and all extraction data. He indicated at that time that UFED PA v. 6.0 would likely solve the issue(s).
UFED for PC and Physical Analyzer v. 6.0 was released on February 7th, 2017. Shown below is the original, unencrypted extraction that was performed in UFED, nicely parsed out in v. 6.0.
While we all know that we still need to dive into the sqlite dbs and all the other relevant files in any given case, this update to UFED for PC and UFED PA has made the job a little bit easier. Thanks to the great folks at Cellebrite for always working hard to solve problems that practitioners may encounter in the field!