Ceglia v. Zuckerberg et al
DECLARATION signed by Carmine Ceglia re 348 Order on Motion to Stay, Scheduling Conference, Oral Argument,,,,,,,,,,,, 414 Declaration filed by Paul D. Ceglia Regarding Plaintiff's Expert Reports. (Boland, Dean)
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
WESTERN DISTRICT OF NEW YORK
PAUL D' CEGLIA'
oivit Action No. : 1:10-cv-00b69-RJA
OF CARMINE CEGLIA
MARK ELLIOT ZUCKERBERG, Individually, and
DECLARANT, submits this declaration and hereby declares under penalty of
perjury and pursuant to 28 U.S.C. 1746 and under the laws of the United States
that the following is true and correct:
1. I make this declaration
upon personal knowledge.
2. I purchased the HP Pavilion computer that was provided to the experts in this
3. I understand
that this computer had a Seagate hard drive.
I bought this computer in New York State.
This computer was never transported out of New York State.
The computer was unplugged for more than two years before
it to the experts in this
7. I turned the computer on to check out which computer it was to determine if it
was my old computer or not and removed the hard drive for forensic testing by
the experts in this case.
My son, Paul Ceglia, never used the computer.
used my adelphia email address and adelphia
account email password as my username and password for any accounts that
During 2003 and 2OO4I had an account with StreetFax.
used my adelphia email address and adelphia account email password as my
username and password for that account.
L2. I am aware that my son, Paul Ceglia, frequently
weatherized his house in
Wellsviile, NY when he lived in other piaces in and out of the country. That
weatherization was often done poorly.
was reguiarly at his house when he was not living there, repairing damage
caused by freezing temperatures and frozen pipes.
I hereby declare under penalty of perjury and pursuant to 28 U.S.C. 1746 and
under the laws of the United States that the following is true and correct:
DATED: June 4, 2012.
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