I guess I can't call this lawsuit frivolous unless declared so by the presiding judge, but if any lawsuit could be called seriously frivolous, it's this one. http://gma.yahoo.com/blogs/abc-blog...laughter-sues-victim-130753893--abc-news.html I know there are similar cases of convicted criminals suing their victim(s), but usually there is some kind of theory of "justification" no matter how fanciful or outrageous. A while back, I posted an article about someone who filed a lawsuit where the defendant was accused of molesting the plaintiff "in his dreams". Here, as far as I can tell, there is no viable theory of justification given the evidence that was presented in the trial and the confession by the accused. I believe this case should be summarily dismissed and the plaintiff's attorney be disciplined up to and including possible disbarment. Comments?