U.S Marshals put $5K bounty on man who claimed he owned half of Facebook



U.S Marshals are offering a $5,000 reward for information on a man who falsely claimed to own 50% of Facebook.

Paul Ceglia, who was out of jail on bail awaiting trial on fraud charges, disappeared last month after cutting off an ankle monitoring bracelet, and fleeing his home. Federal marshals are seeking information that could lead to Ceglia’s arrest, according to Buffalo-based television station WGRZ.

A federal judge ordered Facebook and CEO Mark Zuckerberg to turn over documents related to the case on Friday, despite their lawyers’ request that the order be suspended until Ceglia’s capture Read more…

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