"As the old saying goes, it ain't over until it's over," the paper writes. "The dramatic seven-year legal feud
that inspired 'The Social Network' may have one last plot twist." But, not if Facebook has anything say about it. "These are old and baseless allegations that have been considered and rejected
previously by the courts," Neel Chatterjee, an attorney for Facebook, tells LAT.
In April, the Winklevosses and Narendra said they planned to ask the Boston federal court to look into their claims that Facebook and its lawyers hid instant messages from them during litigation. That request had been suspended during the U.S. Supreme Court appeal. "That part of the case will begin now," says Tyler Meade, the Winklevosses' attorney.