If there's one thing any Ex-Dictator has to worry about, it's his image. Well, that and the convictions, but mostly the image thing. Manuel Noriega, former dictator of Panama, understands this perfectly, and now he intends to use the same justice system that put him behind bars to get some justice of his own. The Los Angeles Times Yes, because if there's one thing Noriega has to fret over, it's a video game making him, the former dictator guilty of corruption, drug trafficking, money laundering, human rights abuses, and murder, seem like a bad guy. Of all the preposterous elements of the Call of Duty franchise, this surely takes the cake. Of course, it seems pretty unlikely that this case would have any standing in any sort of court, especially considering that the depiction of historical figures, living and dead, in fiction is not exactly a new thing. If Fidel Castro, Richard Nixon, John F. Kennedy, and Robert McNamara can be depicted as a zombie-slaughtering quartet without issue, I think Noriega is facing an uphill battle here. Don't breath easy yet, though. You better watch out, Van Halen, because you're next on the list!