Law and Order
Paul Ceglia, a notorious entrepreneur who has been making claims for years that he’s entitled to half of Facebook, was recently arrested by the U.S. Attorney’s office on charges that he has attempted to defraud Facebook. Now, Mr. Ceglia’s lawyer Dean Boland has filed to withdraw from representing him.
Facebook has been digging up fantastic dirt related to the case of Paul Ceglia, an upstate wood pellet salesman whose fascinating career included hiring Mark Zuckerberg in 2003. First, the social network revealed that Mr. Ceglia had been arrested for felony possession of mushrooms–hardly relevant, but fun!–then it was made known that one of Mr. Ceglia’s attorneys, Jeffrey Lake of San Diego, specializes in medical marijuana cases.