Facebook Labels Ceglia Contract an “Outright Fabrication”

facebook in newsForensic analysis proves that the alleged 2003 contract between Paul Ceglia and Facebook co-founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg was an “outright fabrication”.

Facebook is asking for the U.S. District Court for the Western District of New York to dismiss the case.

Paul Ceglia’s computer was ordered to be examined by a computer forensic team at the request of Facebook.  What Facebook found proved to be the “smoking gun” that the accusations made against Facebook were unfounded–indicating that the only contract they found, embedded in electronic data dating to 2004, was a StreetFax contract.  StreetFax was a company Ceglia was trying to develop, during which he employed a young Mark Zuckerberg.

Additionally, Facebook wanted to dismiss the case because they feel that Paul Ceglia intentionally withheld information and manipulated certain resources.  According to Facebook, “It is very likely that Ceglia used these removable devices to manipulate and store documents, including the purported Facebook contract, in the belief that this evidence would not be discovered or that the devices could easily be discarded if necessary, as Ceglia has now apparently done”.

The evidence piling up against Paul Ceglia continually paints him in a negative light.  Increasingly, Mr. Ceglia appears to have been attempting to scam Mr. Zuckerberg and Facebook.





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