He’s baaack. Paul Ceglia, the man who insists that he rightfully owns 84 percent of Facebook--and whose ex-lawyers at DLA Piper and Milberg LLP got sued by the company for helping perpetuate his allegedly fraudulent claim--has resurfaced. Sort of.
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