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Winklevoss Twins Can't Stop

Photo of Anne Thompson By Anne Thompson | Thompson on Hollywood June 24, 2011 at 5:02AM

As THR film editor Gregg Kilday tweets: "Somebody should give them a copy of Bleak House." The Winklevoss twins, who earlier this week appeared to have given up their Quixotic quest to wrest justice from The Social Network subject Mark Zuckerberg, have not yet cut their losses. As they have failed to improve on their 2008 Facebook cash and stock settlement, now worth more than $100 million, they're just abandoning one approach to pursue another.
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Thompson on Hollywood

As THR film editor Gregg Kilday tweets: "Somebody should give them a copy of Bleak House." The Winklevoss twins, who earlier this week appeared to have given up their Quixotic quest to wrest justice from The Social Network subject Mark Zuckerberg, have not yet cut their losses. As they have failed to improve on their 2008 Facebook cash and stock settlement, now worth more than $100 million, they're just abandoning one approach to pursue another.

Tom's Guide reports:

In a motion filed on Thursday in U.S. District Court for the District of Massachusetts, the Winklevoss twins and their business partner Divya Narendra asked the court to determine whether Facebook "intentionally or inadvertently suppressed evidence" during the 2008 settlement proceedings.

Come on guys. Let it go.

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