In 1992, the plaintiffs filed a complaint, an amended complaint, and a second amended complaint to determine dischargeability of debt, which this Court dismissed at trial because the evidence related solely to the general denial of a discharge in bankruptcy, but it was too late to amend the complaint because the deadline had passed for bringing complaints objecting to discharge. See Wright v. Asbury, Adversary Proceeding No. 92-5257-JS. After the second amended complaint was dismissed and while the debtor's instant Chapter 7 case was still open, the plaintiffs filed the instant complaint objecting to discharge. After a two-day hearing, the Court will dismiss the instant complaint on grounds of res judicata, issue preclusion and limitations. The plaintiffs and defendant are pro se.