History Main / CopKiller

12th Dec '17 1:35:10 PM Anicomicgeek
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** Among the victims of ComicBook/TheJoker were police officers including a SWAT team in ''ComicBook/{{Knightfall}}'' (albeit in the case, he was working working with the Scarecrow) and Commissioner Gordon's second wife, Sarah Essen, at the end of ''ComicBook/BatmanNoMansLand''. Additionally, one of the alternate realities glimpsed in ''ComicBook/ZeroHour'' was one where he opted to kill Commissioner Gordon [[ComicBook/TheKillingJoke instead of crippling Barbara]].

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** Among the victims of ComicBook/TheJoker were police officers including a SWAT team in ''ComicBook/{{Knightfall}}'' (albeit in the that case, he was working working with the Scarecrow) and Commissioner Gordon's second wife, Sarah Essen, at the end of ''ComicBook/BatmanNoMansLand''. Additionally, one of the alternate realities glimpsed in ''ComicBook/ZeroHour'' was one where he opted to kill Commissioner Gordon [[ComicBook/TheKillingJoke instead of crippling Barbara]].
9th Dec '17 3:41:23 PM Dravencour
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A staple of the CriminalProcedural when the writers want to create a "This Time, ItsPersonal" episode. Pretty much ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin: a criminal kills a cop and the dead officer's colleagues have to avenge him via CopKillerManhunt. These episodes frequently end with PoliceBrutality, as cop killing is ''very'' serious business. When the cops find the cop killer, they don't treat him very well. Not to mention that they're more likely to [[MakeItLookLikeAnAccident have "accidents" or be "driven to suicide" at some point between arrest, trial, and imprisonment]]. Or even just [[TakeNoPrisoners make no effort to capture the cop killer alive in the first place]]. Conversely, a cop killer will likely be [[VillainCred regarded as particularly notorious by fellow criminals]].%%Do not hotlink SeriousBusiness from here. That's misuse.

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A staple of the CriminalProcedural when the writers want to create a "This Time, ItsPersonal" episode. Pretty much ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin: a criminal kills a cop and the dead officer's colleagues have to avenge him via a CopKillerManhunt. These episodes frequently end with PoliceBrutality, as cop killing is ''very'' serious business. When the cops find the cop killer, they don't treat him very well. Not to mention that they're more likely to [[MakeItLookLikeAnAccident have "accidents" or be "driven to suicide" at some point between arrest, trial, and imprisonment]]. Or even just [[TakeNoPrisoners make no effort to capture the cop killer alive in the first place]]. Conversely, a cop killer will likely be [[VillainCred regarded as particularly notorious by fellow criminals]].%%Do not hotlink SeriousBusiness from here. That's misuse.
9th Dec '17 3:41:09 PM Dravencour
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A staple of the CriminalProcedural when the writers want to create a "This Time, ItsPersonal" episode. Pretty much ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin: a criminal kills a cop and the dead officer's colleagues have to avenge him via CopKillerManhunt. These episodes frequently end with PoliceBrutality, as cop killing is a rather serious business. When the cops find the cop killer, they don't treat him very well. Not to mention that they're more likely to [[MakeItLookLikeAnAccident have "accidents" or be "driven to suicide" at some point between arrest, trial, and imprisonment]]. Or even just [[TakeNoPrisoners make no effort to capture the cop killer alive in the first place]]. Conversely, a cop killer will likely be [[VillainCred regarded as particularly notorious by fellow criminals]].%%Do not hotlink SeriousBusiness from here. That's misuse.

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A staple of the CriminalProcedural when the writers want to create a "This Time, ItsPersonal" episode. Pretty much ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin: a criminal kills a cop and the dead officer's colleagues have to avenge him via CopKillerManhunt. These episodes frequently end with PoliceBrutality, as cop killing is a rather ''very'' serious business. When the cops find the cop killer, they don't treat him very well. Not to mention that they're more likely to [[MakeItLookLikeAnAccident have "accidents" or be "driven to suicide" at some point between arrest, trial, and imprisonment]]. Or even just [[TakeNoPrisoners make no effort to capture the cop killer alive in the first place]]. Conversely, a cop killer will likely be [[VillainCred regarded as particularly notorious by fellow criminals]].%%Do not hotlink SeriousBusiness from here. That's misuse.
2nd Dec '17 6:50:37 PM dmcreif
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*** The plot got kicked off because Frank executed Ahmed Zubair on William Rawlins' orders. Zubair was an Afghan National Police officer who discovered that fellow members of Frank's unit, like Rawlins, Colonel Schoonover, and Billy Russo, were trafficking heroin into the United States and using the profits to finance illegal black ops programs. Rawlins and Schoonover later ordered the assassination of Frank and his family because they were led to believe ''he'' was the one who sent Micro a videotape of the Zubair assassination, as opposed to Gunner Henderson, the one who actually made the video.
*** Once Frank is drawn back in to hunting down the people who ordered the death of his family, his first target after getting information from Karen, is Carson Wolf, the Special Agent in Charge of the DHS field office and Dinah Madani's asshole boss.
*** Billy Russo and several {{Private Military Contractor}}s on his payroll ambush Dinah Madani and her team when Dinah gives them false information leading them to a warehouse where they think they'll be getting Frank. They manage to kill all of Dinah's SWAT officers, and Billy himself stabs Dinah's partner Sam Stein to death with a retractable blade concealed under his right sleeve.

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*** The plot got kicked off because Frank Castle executed Ahmed Zubair on William Rawlins' orders. Zubair was an Afghan National Police officer who discovered that fellow members of Frank's unit, like Rawlins, Colonel Schoonover, and Billy Russo, were trafficking heroin into the United States and using the profits to finance illegal black ops programs. Rawlins and Schoonover later ordered the assassination of Frank and his family because they were led to believe ''he'' was the one who sent Micro a videotape of the Zubair assassination, as opposed to Gunner Henderson, the one who actually made the video.
*** Once Frank is drawn back in to hunting down the people who ordered the death of his family, his first target after getting he gets information from Karen, is then pays a visit to Carson Wolf, the Special Agent in Charge of the DHS DHS's New York City field office office, and Dinah Madani's asshole boss.
boss, for information on Micro. After an enhanced interrogation, Frank kills Wolf by breaking his neck.
*** Billy Russo and several {{Private Military Contractor}}s on his payroll ambush Dinah Madani and her team when Dinah gives them false information leading them to a warehouse where they think they'll be getting Frank. They manage to kill all of Dinah's SWAT officers, and Billy himself stabs Dinah's partner Sam Stein to death with a retractable blade concealed under his right sleeve.sleeve.
***In the season 1 finale, Billy nonchalantly guns down DHS agents sent to arrest him at his pad as he goes out seeking out Frank for a final showdown.
30th Nov '17 7:03:35 PM dmcreif
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*** Once Frank is drawn back in to hunting down the people who ordered the death of his family, his first target after getting information from Karen, is Carson Wolf, the Special Agent in Charge of the DHS field office and Dinah Madani's asshole boss.
28th Nov '17 9:35:55 AM dmcreif
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*** The plot got kicked off because Frank executed Ahmed Zubair on William Rawlins' orders. Zubair was an Afghan National Police officer who discovered that fellow members of Frank's unit, like Rawlins, Colonel Schoonover, and Billy Russo, were trafficking heroin into the United States and using the profits to finance illegal black ops programs. Zubair was also partnered with Dinah Madani.

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*** The plot got kicked off because Frank executed Ahmed Zubair on William Rawlins' orders. Zubair was an Afghan National Police officer who discovered that fellow members of Frank's unit, like Rawlins, Colonel Schoonover, and Billy Russo, were trafficking heroin into the United States and using the profits to finance illegal black ops programs. Rawlins and Schoonover later ordered the assassination of Frank and his family because they were led to believe ''he'' was the one who sent Micro a videotape of the Zubair was also partnered with Dinah Madani.assassination, as opposed to Gunner Henderson, the one who actually made the video.
28th Nov '17 9:32:16 AM dmcreif
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*** The reason Dinah Madani is interested in Frank Castle is because Colonel Schoonover and other members of Frank's unit had killed an Afghan National Police officer who discovered they were trafficking heroin into the United States.
*** Billy Russo kills Dinah's partner Sam Stein, as well as several DHS SWAT officers accompanying Dinah on the raid.

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*** The reason Dinah Madani is interested in Frank Castle is plot got kicked off because Colonel Schoonover and other members of Frank's unit had killed Frank executed Ahmed Zubair on William Rawlins' orders. Zubair was an Afghan National Police officer who discovered they that fellow members of Frank's unit, like Rawlins, Colonel Schoonover, and Billy Russo, were trafficking heroin into the United States.
States and using the profits to finance illegal black ops programs. Zubair was also partnered with Dinah Madani.
*** Billy Russo kills and several {{Private Military Contractor}}s on his payroll ambush Dinah Madani and her team when Dinah gives them false information leading them to a warehouse where they think they'll be getting Frank. They manage to kill all of Dinah's SWAT officers, and Billy himself stabs Dinah's partner Sam Stein, as well as several DHS SWAT officers accompanying Dinah on the raid.Stein to death with a retractable blade concealed under his right sleeve.
26th Nov '17 4:29:12 PM Anicomicgeek
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26th Nov '17 4:29:07 PM Anicomicgeek
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** Among the victims of ComicBook/TheJoker were police officers including a SWAT team in ''ComicBook/{{Knightfall}}'' and Commissioner Gordon's second wife, Sarah Essen, at the end of ''ComicBook/BatmanNoMansLand''. Additionally, one of the alternate realities glimpsed in ''ComicBook/ZeroHour'' was one where he opted to kill Commissioner Gordon [[ComicBook/TheKillingJoke instead of crippling Barbara Gordon]].

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** Among the victims of ComicBook/TheJoker were police officers including a SWAT team in ''ComicBook/{{Knightfall}}'' (albeit in the case, he was working working with the Scarecrow) and Commissioner Gordon's second wife, Sarah Essen, at the end of ''ComicBook/BatmanNoMansLand''. Additionally, one of the alternate realities glimpsed in ''ComicBook/ZeroHour'' was one where he opted to kill Commissioner Gordon [[ComicBook/TheKillingJoke instead of crippling Barbara Gordon]].Barbara]].
17th Nov '17 12:49:41 PM dmcreif
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**''Series/ThePunisher2017''
***The reason Dinah Madani is interested in Frank Castle is because Colonel Schoonover and other members of Frank's unit had killed an Afghan National Police officer who discovered they were trafficking heroin into the United States.
***Billy Russo kills Dinah's partner Sam Stein, as well as several DHS SWAT officers accompanying Dinah on the raid.
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