Interesting Litigation Pseudonyms

When writing the article about pseudonymous lawsuit, I noticed that pseudonyms don’t have to be mainstays like Doe and Roe. Or are deliberately common names like John Smith. Instead, they can either be puns or referenced to well-known (and possibly topically related) works. Three are in particular that come to my mind.

  1. Hester Prynne v. Settle, 848 F. App’x 93 (9th Cir. 2021), plaintiff challenging the sex offenders registry laws (hence allusion to The Scarlet Letter).
  2. Carol, Marie & Joseph Danvers v. Loudoun County School Bd., No. 1:21-cv-01028-RDA-JFA4 (E.D. Va., Sept. 13, 2021. A sexual assault case. The high school student plaintiff is named Ms. Marvel/Captain Marvel and the pseudonyms of her parents match those of Ms. Marvel.
  3. Femedeer v. Haun, 227 F.3d 1244, 1246 (10th Cir. 2000), the plaintiff challenging a sexual offender notification statute. I believe Femedeer may be a pun on Doe, which is deer and a feme.

Is there any additional examples? (I know that #2 is a grim case and that it’s not easy to believe, but this seems like something the plaintiff considered meaningful and positive.