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5th Jun '17 9:34:57 AM nightkiller
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* Coming upon a murder scene, Claire Temple picks up the gun seconds before the police enter the room in an early issue of ''ComicBook/LukeCage''.
3rd Jun '17 4:44:07 PM KamenRiderOokalf
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* Being a parody of Batman, it's fitting that ComicBook/{{Rat-Man}} does it in a Marvel crossover... ''twice''. First by "securing" the weapon used to kill an old ComicBook/{{Punisher}}'s relative, just in time for the latter to see him. After several pages of dodging bullets, he manages to escape only to "secure" a metal pipe used to beat a certain "Mrs May". Seconds before ComicBook/{{Spiderman}} enters the scene.

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* Being a parody of Batman, it's fitting that ComicBook/{{Rat-Man}} does it in a Marvel crossover... ''twice''. First by "securing" the weapon used to kill an old ComicBook/{{Punisher}}'s relative, just in time for the latter to see him. After several pages of dodging bullets, he manages to escape only to "secure" a metal pipe used to beat a certain "Mrs May". Seconds before ComicBook/{{Spiderman}} ComicBook/SpiderMan enters the scene.
1st May '17 10:10:12 PM Codefreak5
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* In the ''VideoGame/TeamFortress2'' video "Meet the Spy", when the BLU Sniper's body is thrust on the table, the BLU Scout does the logical thing and pull out the ButterflyKnife in his back and start messing with it. [[spoiler: Of course, the BLU scout is actually the RED Spy in disguise, but the spirit of the meme is still there.]]

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* In the ''VideoGame/TeamFortress2'' video "Meet the Spy", when the BLU Sniper's body is thrust on the table, the BLU Scout does the logical thing and pull out the ButterflyKnife in his back and start messing with it. [[spoiler: Of course, the BLU scout Scout is actually the RED Spy in disguise, but the spirit of the meme trope is still there.]]
26th Oct '16 12:36:43 PM Morgenthaler
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* In book three of ''ASongOfIceAndFire'', Tyrion is falsely accused of poisoning Joffrey at a wedding feast where hundreds of people witness that he happened to be the closest person in proximity to the victim at the time, and also happened to be the one pouring the wine in question. It is later used against him that he was seen directly afterwards picking up the goblet of poisoned wine and pouring the contents out onto the ground, as well.

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* In book three of ''ASongOfIceAndFire'', ''Literature/ASongOfIceAndFire'', Tyrion is falsely accused of poisoning Joffrey at a wedding feast where hundreds of people witness that he happened to be the closest person in proximity to the victim at the time, and also happened to be the one pouring the wine in question. It is later used against him that he was seen directly afterwards picking up the goblet of poisoned wine and pouring the contents out onto the ground, as well.
11th Aug '16 1:52:46 PM DrOO7
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* Occurs in one of the ''Literature/NancyDrew Files'' books, when Ned accidentally picks up the crowbar that was used to kill the victim. It doesn't help that he was seen arguing with the guy the day before.

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* Occurs in one of the ''Literature/NancyDrew Files'' books, when Ned accidentally picks up the crowbar that was used to kill the victim. It doesn't help that he was seen arguing with the guy the day before.before, and having just tripped and fallen, he looks as if he's been in a struggle--disheveled clothes, bloody lip.
5th Aug '16 5:24:44 PM DrOO7
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* In the original ending of ''Film/FatalAttraction'', Alex slashes her throat with a knife previously handled by ex-lover Dan in an attempt to simultaneously commit suicide and frame him for murder.


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* Occurs in one of the ''Literature/NancyDrew Files'' books, when Ned accidentally picks up the crowbar that was used to kill the victim. It doesn't help that he was seen arguing with the guy the day before.


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** This inadvertently happened to his wife Laura several years prior. After being insulted by local pariah Damien Smith, Laura grabbed a baseball bat and tried to swing it at him, only to be stopped by Luke. Later that day, someone picked up that very same bat and used it to bash Damien's head in. As the person was wearing gloves, the only fingerprints to be found on the bat were Laura's, resulting in her being charged with his murder.
28th Jul '16 12:20:29 AM foxley
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* ''Series/MurderSheWrote'': In "The Fixer-Upper", Jessica's niece Victoria finds herself alone in a house with a dead body. Hearing someone coming, she picks up a fireplace poker to defend herself. Unfortunately, the poker turns out to be the murder weapon and she is holding it when the police arrive.
25th Jun '16 7:07:45 PM foxley
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* ''Series/TheDoctorBlakeMysteries'': Happens in "This Time and This Place". An Aboriginal teen finds a pistol discarded on the ground and picks it up. As he does so, the body of the murdered social worker is discovered and the lights are turned on, revealing him standing there with the gun in his hand.
21st Jun '16 1:59:43 PM gewunomox
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* In ''Film/BeverlyHillsCopIII'', [[EddieMurphy Axel]] is meeting with Uncle Dave, when he's interrupted by the BigBad, who shoots Dave (he gets better). He then hands the gun to Axel, who is initially reluctant to touch the weapon. The guy just shrugs and points out that the weapon belongs to Axel, so his prints are on it anyway. Axel manages to run away before he's shot.

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* In ''Film/BeverlyHillsCopIII'', [[EddieMurphy [[Creator/EddieMurphy Axel]] is meeting with Uncle Dave, when he's interrupted by the BigBad, who shoots Dave (he gets better). He then hands the gun to Axel, who is initially reluctant to touch the weapon. The guy just shrugs and points out that the weapon belongs to Axel, so his prints are on it anyway. Axel manages to run away before he's shot.
15th Jun '16 9:20:09 PM PaulA
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* Played straight in Agatha Christie's "[[Literature/TheMysteriousMrQuin The Shadow on the Glass]]".
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