Percy, one can sue anyone for anything in this country, so I suppose you're right. First thing, I did not upload the image on here, so you're barking up the wrong tree if you're looking for the person who did that. I did, however, connect my own lineage to that of Achilles, because, you know, this is an open-source genealogical Web site and I have pretty good evidence to support my having done so. I have Richard Johnson Moorman's birth certificate, which I have not yet posted on here, and he was born to one Achilles Moorman. The birthdate seems to match the right timeframe within Achilles' life for him to be the father, and, to be honest, Achilles is the spitting image of my grandfather, Julian P. Moorman Jr., who was Achilles' great-grandson. But if it comes down to it I would be more than happy to do a DNA test (Achilles' grave is located near Callands, VA) to see if I am, in fact, his great-great-great grandson.
All that said, I'm not sure why we can't both be descended from him. I understand that even back then there were marriages and sexual relationships that broke the bounds of perceived racial barriers, and, if that's the case, and I am Achilles' descendant, then I fully accept that as part of my history, and I will celebrate that.
In the matter of you suing me, go ahead if you want. I have nothing to lose and only genealogical certainty to gain. But if, instead, you would rather celebrate our common heritage (we'd be family after all!), then I'd be up for that as well!