Ceglia v. Zuckerberg et al
Letter from Paul A. Argentieri, Esq., received 3/18/2013, to Hon. Leslie G. Foschio (SDW)
PAUL A. ARGENTIERI
HORNELL, NEW YORK 14843
VIA ELECTRONIC MAIL
The Honorable Leslie G. Foschio
United States Magistrate Judge
United States District Court
Western District of New York
2 Niagara Square
Buffalo, New York 14202
RE: Ceglia v. Zuckerberg and Facebook, Inc., No. 1:10-cv-569-2A-LGF
Dear Judge Foschio,
During the Nov 27 2012 hearing you had asked Mr. Ceglia certain questions regarding his
ability to move forward in litigation without Mr. Boland.
The primary concern of the Court was the concerns expressed by Mr. Ceglia to have experienced
counsel to continue with his litigation.
I can verily represent to the Court that I believe my competency is sufficient,
as does Mr. Ceglia.
In addition, Mr. Ceglia has agreed to retain a highly respected, nationally recognized law firm to
litigate the remainder of his lawsuit. Their Pro Hac Vice application will be filed this week.
In response to Mr. Zuckerberg's repeated request to see Mr. Boland's "in camera" letter to the Court
Mr. Ceglia, has no objection to that communication being made part of the public record.
Furthermore, it is unnecessary for the Court to entertain the precondition stated by Mr. Zuckerberg's
lawyers to have Mr. Ceglia's affidavit submitted to this Court prior to the Defendants deciding their
position to Mr. Boland's application.
As the aforementioned information in this letter clearly outlines the reasons for Mr. Ceglia's change of
heaft, the affidavit only serves to underscore the preposterous allegations made by defense counsel that
we have attempted to conceal Mr. Ceglia's true position in the November hearing.
To complete the record, it is not Mr. Ceglia but Mr. Zuckerberg that has failed to produce an affidavit.
That representation was made to this Court in the April 4 2012heaing by Mr. Snyder. Mr. Snyder
promised this Court an affidavit from Mr. Zuckerberg allegedly authenticating the image that is central
to their fraudulent defense.
As of this letter, that affrdavit has not been forthcoming and is a blatant attempt to mislead this Court
into placing reliance on an imaginary factual argument thatZuckerberg himself will not swear to.
Thus, Mr. Ceglia has no remaining reservations about consenting to Mr. Boland's application to be
removed from the case and his application should be granted forthwith.
cc: Orin Snyder, Esq.
Terrance Flynn, Esq.
Dean Boland, Esq.