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Man accused of trying to cheat Facebook

NEW YORK — In 2010, a New York entrepreneur made an explosive legal claim: An agreement that he had with Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg entitled him to a major stake in the social-networking giant.

Zuckerberg denied the allegation, and his lawyers insisted that the entrepreneur, Paul Ceglia, was a scam artist.

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