Facebook Unearths 200 Emails in Motion to Dismiss Ceglia’s Suit

Facebook Inc. filed a motion to dismiss the case brought against it by wood-pellet salesman Paul Ceglia, who has sued Chief Executive Mark Zuckerberg for 50% of his stake in the social network.

In Facebook’s motion, the company alleges that a contract Mr. Ceglia produced that was supposedly signed by Mr. Zuckerberg — and which showed that Mr. Ceglia is entitled to a piece of Facebook — is a forgery.

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