Guy Montag Doe:

It turns out that the lead plaintiff in the lawsuit challenging the San Francisco public housing gun ban bears the pseudonym Guy Montag Doe, obviously a reference to the protagonist in Ray Bradbury's Fahrenheit 451. Pretty amusing, though not quite as apt as if this were a lawsuit challenging the destruction of books.

This makes me wonder: What other rhetorical pseudonyms have there been in litigation? I set aside otherwise amusing pseudonyms, such as William Woe and Xerxes Xoe, and want to focus on the ones chosen for their rhetorical force.