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23rd Jun '17 5:39:49 AM Doug86
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* ComicBook/{{Batman}} has dealt with a few:

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* ComicBook/{{Batman}} Franchise/{{Batman}} has dealt with a few:
19th Jun '17 3:07:08 PM AnonFangeekGirl
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* In ''Literature/BekaCooper'', a group of drunk thugs kill [[spoiler: Rollo and Verene]] in a bar fight. They're later captured, and Ahuda makes sure to defy the '[[MakeItLookLikeAnAccident Imprisoned Cop Killer Suffers Unfortunate Accident]]' part by telling the Dogs under her to ''not'' kill them, as the law would make them pay for what they did.
** Two thugs ''attempt'' become this by killing Beka in ''Bloodhound'' (they end up not finishing the job because Achoo the dog kept barking). As before, it doesn't work out well for them: Rosto the Rogue is rather annoyed by them trying to kill one of his friends outside his court, and has them beaten to death.
27th May '17 6:32:14 PM Ominae
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25th May '17 7:11:48 AM Anicomicgeek
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* ''VideoGame/InjusticeGodsAmongUs'' sees that the Joker retains this habit as he uses a dead cop he killed a puppet as part of his intro and in the main story, he talked to the body one of the Regime enforcers he killed.

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* ''VideoGame/InjusticeGodsAmongUs'' sees that the Joker retains this habit as he uses a dead cop he killed a puppet as part of his intro and in the main story, he talked to the body of one of the Regime enforcers he killed.
21st May '17 11:21:53 AM BWHComics
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* In ''Webcomic/TheLettersOfTheDevil'', Cedric makes reference to his old partner, Eric Thompson, who was killed by a junkie.
9th May '17 7:42:22 AM dmcreif
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** In season 3, Kenneth Dozerman, an undercover cop in Carver's Drug Enforcement Unit, is trying to buy drugs when the dealers he's talking to simply rob him, shoot him, and steal his gun. Dozerman survives, but once again it triggers a massive police reaction. When [=McNulty=] sees the brutality inflicted on the shooter, Bunk explains that the arrest van took an "unscheduled stop" at the Western District parking lot, and the officers "mistook him for a pinata."

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** In season 3, Kenneth Dozerman, an undercover cop in Carver's Drug Enforcement Unit, is trying to buy drugs when the dealers he's talking to simply rob him, shoot him, and steal his gun. Dozerman survives, but once again it triggers a massive police reaction. When [=McNulty=] sees the brutality inflicted on the shooter, Bunk explains that the arrest van took an "unscheduled stop" at the Western District parking lot, and the officers "mistook him for a pinata." " Major Colvin sees the incident as the impetus for forming his Hamsterdam project.



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*** Officer Will Simpson, whose sanity begins to slip after he's almost blown up by [[Creator/DavidTennant Kilgrave]], to the point that he guns down fellow detective Oscar Clemmons in cold blood.

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*** Officer Will Simpson, whose sanity begins to slip after he's almost blown up by [[Creator/DavidTennant Kilgrave]], to the point that he guns down fellow detective Oscar Clemmons Clemons in cold blood.
25th Apr '17 6:45:52 PM nombretomado
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24th Apr '17 5:23:05 PM TheWanderer
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** Near the end of season 1, Orlando Blocker, the guy who runs Avon Barksdale's strip club, is arrested for dealing drugs to undercover State Police cops. Avon orders a hit on Orlando, suspecting that he's snitching. The Major Crimes Unit arranges a buy-bust using Orlando, in which Orlando will meet with a fellow Barksdale soldier on the pretense of needing money for his legal issues, accompanied by an undercover Kima Greggs. Unfortunately, it's a setup, as they are ambushed by Wee-Bey Brice and Little Man. Orlando is killed, while Kima is shot multiple times and critically wounded. Kima lives, but the police proceed to crack down hard on the Barksdales. Avon, Stringer Bell and Wee-Bey acknowledge the utter stupidity of Little Man's improvised actions. For acting impulsively without checking with his boss, Little Man is killed by Wee-Bey on Avon's orders, and every other crook who hears about the incident is pissed off because of the massive, city wide crackdown that has happened as a result.
** In season 3, Kenneth Dozerman, an undercover cop in Carver's Drug Enforcement Unit, is trying to buy drugs when the dealers he's talking to simply rob him, shoot him, and steal his gun. Dozerman survives, but once again it triggers a massive police reaction. When [=McNulty=] sees the brutality inflicted on the shooter, Bunk explains that the arrest van took an "unscheduled stop" at the Western District parking lot, and the officers "mistook him for a pinata". Bunk finds himself stuck with the redball of tracking down Dozerman's gun, while Major Colvin sees the shooting as the impetus for his "Hamsterdam" experiment.
** Roland Pryzbylewski quits the force in season 3, when, while he and [=McNulty=] are responding to a distress call, he fails to properly identify himself as an officer and ends up fatally shooting a plain clothes officer in a case of night-time mistaken identity. He is brought up on administrative charges and suspended because the officer was African American, and the shooting is seen as being potentially racially motivated. Prez vehemently denies being a racist but due to the press and Baltimore's majority African American population, the story leaks out and prompts a hearing from both the courts and the Vanguard (Baltimore's African American police officer union). Prez is horrified at having killed another officer and quits the force despite his fellow MCU colleagues Cedric Daniels, Leander Sydnor, Caroline Massey and Lester Freamon (all of whom are African-American) agreeing to testify that they do not believe Prez to be a racist.

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** Near the end of season 1, Orlando Blocker, the guy who runs Avon Barksdale's strip club, is arrested for dealing drugs to undercover State Police cops. Avon orders a hit on Orlando, suspecting that he's snitching. The Major Crimes Unit arranges a buy-bust using Orlando, in during which Orlando will meet with a fellow Barksdale soldier on the pretense of needing money for his legal issues, accompanied by an undercover Kima Greggs. Unfortunately, it's a setup, as they are ambushed by two members of Barksdale's "muscle", Wee-Bey Brice and Little Man. Orlando is killed, while Kima is shot multiple times and critically wounded. Kima lives, but the police proceed to crack down hard on the Barksdales. Avon, Stringer Bell and Wee-Bey acknowledge the utter stupidity of Little Man's improvised actions. For acting impulsively without checking with his boss, Little Man is killed by Wee-Bey on Avon's orders, and every other crook who hears about the incident is pissed off because of the massive, city wide crackdown that has happened as a result.
** In season 3, Kenneth Dozerman, an undercover cop in Carver's Drug Enforcement Unit, is trying to buy drugs when the dealers he's talking to simply rob him, shoot him, and steal his gun. Dozerman survives, but once again it triggers a massive police reaction. When [=McNulty=] sees the brutality inflicted on the shooter, Bunk explains that the arrest van took an "unscheduled stop" at the Western District parking lot, and the officers "mistook him for a pinata". Bunk finds himself stuck with the redball of tracking down Dozerman's gun, while Major Colvin sees the shooting as the impetus for his "Hamsterdam" experiment.
** Roland Pryzbylewski quits the force in season 3, when, while he and [=McNulty=] are responding to a distress call, he fails to properly identify himself as an officer and ends up fatally shooting a plain clothes officer in a case of night-time mistaken identity. He is brought up on administrative charges and suspended because the officer was African American, and the shooting is seen as being potentially racially motivated. Prez vehemently denies being a racist but due to the press and Baltimore's majority African American population, the story leaks out and prompts a hearing from both the courts and the Vanguard (Baltimore's African American police officer union). Prez is horrified at having killed another officer and quits the force despite his fellow MCU colleagues Cedric Daniels, Leander Sydnor, Caroline Massey and Lester Freamon (all of whom are African-American) agreeing to testify that they do not believe Prez to be a racist.
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4th Mar '17 9:13:42 PM dmcreif
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* ''Film/RunningScared1986'': Early in the movie a cop is killed by being thrown off a building. Later the protagonists (police detectives Hughes and Costanza) find out that the BigBad Julio Gonzalez had him murdered, and they go after him.
* ''Film/LethalWeapon2'': The South African government drug dealers assassinate several LAPD police officers to make them back off their investigation. Of course this just makes Riggs and Murtaugh more determined to defeat them. Riggs kills the assassin who killed them, and Murtaugh murders the government official who ordered the hit.

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* ''Film/RunningScared1986'': Early in the movie a cop is killed by being thrown off a building. Later the protagonists (police detectives Hughes and Costanza) find out that the BigBad [[BigBad Julio Gonzalez Gonzalez]] had him murdered, and they go after him.
* ''Film/LethalWeapon2'': The South African government drug dealers assassinate several LAPD police officers to make them back off their investigation. Of course this just makes Riggs and Murtaugh more determined to defeat them. Riggs kills the assassin who killed them, and Murtaugh murders takes out the government official who ordered the hit.
27th Feb '17 7:34:39 AM JJHIL325
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* ''Disney/{{Zootopia}}'': When Judy refuses to join [[spoiler:Bellwether]] in her anti-predator conspiracy, her goons trap her and Nick in a museum exhibit and she shoots Nick with the Night Howler serum, intending on removing them as witnesses and using the death of a hero cop to further her plans. She would have succeeded if Nick and Judy hadn't anticipated this and planned out a few things in advance.

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* ''Disney/{{Zootopia}}'': When Judy refuses to join [[spoiler:Bellwether]] in her [[spoiler:Bellwether]]'s anti-predator conspiracy, her the goons trap her and Nick in a museum exhibit and she then shoots Nick with the Night Howler serum, intending on removing them as witnesses and using the death of a hero cop to further her plans. She It would have succeeded if Nick and Judy hadn't anticipated this and planned out a few things in advance.
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