Paul Ceglia, the man accused of trying to scam Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg out of half his fortune, is missing, and his electronic-monitoring ankle bracelet was found at his rural New York residence.


Paul Ceglia
US Marshals went to check on Ceglia in Wellsville and discovered his ankle monitor Sunday but not the 41-year-old defendant. A manhunt has begun.
Ceglia claimed that Zuckerberg promised him half of Facebook when Zuckerberg was an 18-year-old Harvard University student—and he sued Zuckerberg and Facebook. Ceglia was scheduled for federal trial in May on accusations that his lawsuit was a fraud. He has pleaded not guilty and faces a maximum 40-year prison term if convicted.
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