As Paul Ceglia, an upstate New York native accused of criminal fraud after claiming an ownership stake in Facebook, approaches six months on the lam, there are still plenty of mysteries arising out of his bizarre case.

But one thing remains certain. Even as Ceglia’s time as a fugitive grows, he still has years to go to match other felons on the run after being convicted of white-collar crimes.

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