Hank Hogan aka "Donnie" trolled in obscurity for years, but he finally got caught. He died soon after, but the lawsuit didn't.
Stan Hogan acted as executor of the estate, and the sheriff served him with the complaint, alleging causes of action (the same ones in the prior lawsuit against Donnie) against "Donnie's" estate.
"I ain't acting on this," said Stan. "You can't sue no dead man." Stan didn't believe in taking legal advice from lawyers. He and his deceased brother were of the same mind on that point.
Plaintiff got a $250,000 default judgment against Hank Hogan's estate. The only asset was the $80,000 house lived in by Stan Hogan. Plaintiff evicted Stan Hogan, and he was now homeless.
Stan spent his days begging on Moravia Avenue near the Hop-Hop Station or on the Internet at the library trolling people's blogs, who wrote better than he did. Quite a tribute to "Donnie," who lived on as the negative energy he started flowed through Stan out into the world.