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…. An opportunity presented itself, so I MacGyver’d (another 1980s TV reference) some things together and started running for my life. Some of your readers may surely think my lawsuit against Facebook was bogus, but if they consider themselves Americans, then they should defend to the death my right under the Constitution of the United States to have a jury…
…, despite the objection of assistant U.S. attorney Janis Echenberg, who noted that Fogg had been involved in related litigation and called the move a “delay tactic,” according to Reuters. U.S. District Judge Andrew L. Carter Jr. said he granted the delay due to the “voluminous” amount of evidence in the case, Reuters reported. For a look back at the twists and turns of Ceglia’s lawsuit against Facebook and Zuckerberg, which was dismissed in March, click here. Readers: Will it ever, ever end? …
Facebook Co-Founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg may soon come face to face with the man who claimed to be the co-owner of the social network, as Reuters reported that Zuckerberg will be called by the government to testify in its case against Paul Ceglia. The trial is set to begin Nov. 17, according to Reuters.