As the hunt for alleged Mark Zuckerberg scammer Paul Ceglia continues, Ceglia’s attorneys are claiming that their client may not even be a fugitive.
The authorities contend that Ceglia, accused of trying to scam Zuckerberg out of half of his Facebook fortune, sliced off his GPS ankle monitor and affixed it to a crudely built contraption in his rural New York residence “in order to give the appearance that he was still present and moving within his home.”
As part of Ceglia’s $250,000 bail conditions, he was required to wear a GPS electronic monitoring device around his ankle. A judge declared him a fugitive two weeks ago ahead of his May federal criminal trial.
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