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8th Apr '18 8:46:36 PM nombretomado
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* In ''Film/MadMax'', Toecutter's gang treats the murder of Main Force Patrol officer Goose as a rite of passage for their new recruit. Goose technically survives their setting his crashed vehicle on fire, but is burned beyond recognition.

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* In ''Film/MadMax'', ''Film/MadMax1'', Toecutter's gang treats the murder of Main Force Patrol officer Goose as a rite of passage for their new recruit. Goose technically survives their setting his crashed vehicle on fire, but is burned beyond recognition.
26th Mar '18 9:26:52 AM Lopiny
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* ''Machinima/FreemansMind 2'': Gordon is convinced Alyx has been one for some time, and in murdering a room full of cops about to take him has roped him into it as well. And later on, facing one Civil Protection officer after the other, all of them opening fire from the start, he accepts that he's definitely become one himself, and thus they will be [[CopKillerManhunt gunning for him fiercely the entire time]]. Little does he know [[TheDreaded he was screwed from the start; he had been the main target the entire time and isn't even aware of it]].
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14th Mar '18 7:21:21 AM dmcreif
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*** Kilgrave takes an entire precinct hostage and orders the officers to point their guns at [[MexicanStandoff each other]] or [[StopOrIShootMyself their own heads]], and threatens to make them shoot each other/themselves if Jessica does anything to him.
*** Jessica herself accidentally kills in self-defense Dale Holliday, a corrections officer assigned to guard [[spoiler:her mother]].

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*** Kilgrave takes an entire precinct hostage and orders the officers to point their guns at [[MexicanStandoff each other]] or [[StopOrIShootMyself their own heads]], and threatens to make them shoot each other/themselves if Jessica does anything to him.
him. A season later, Detective Costa recounts how terrifying the incident was and how he had nightmares that only stopped when Kilgrave died.
*** Jessica herself accidentally kills in self-defense Dale Holliday, Holiday, a corrections officer assigned to guard [[spoiler:her mother]].mother]] and who turns out to be a serial killer that murders inmates, makes their deaths look like suicides, and collects their numbers as trophies. To cover up her presence, Jessica stages his death to look like a suicide. That said, Dale turns out to have not been much better with his colleagues, none of whom are saddened to hear about his death.



*** Billy Russo and several {{Private Military Contractor}}s on his payroll ambush Dinah Madani and her SWAT team when Dinah feeds them false information leading them to a warehouse where they think Frank will be making a gun buy. Most of Dinah's SWAT team is killed, as are all of Russo's men. Russo himself is approached by Dinah's partner Sam Stein after fleeing into a nearby lot, and when Sam unmasks him, Russo proceeds to stab Sam to death with a retractable blade concealed under his right sleeve.

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*** Billy Russo and several {{Private Military Contractor}}s on his payroll ambush Dinah Madani and her SWAT team when Dinah feeds them false information leading them to a warehouse where they think Frank will be making a gun buy. Most of Dinah's the SWAT team is killed, as are all of Russo's men. Russo himself is approached by Dinah's Madani's partner Sam Stein after fleeing into a nearby lot, and when Sam unmasks him, Russo proceeds to stab Sam to death with a retractable blade concealed under his right sleeve.



** "Mr. Monk and the Secret Santa": Terry Chasen, one of Captain Stottlemeyer's detectives, is poisoned at a Christmas party. It appears to have been a case of bad luck as the detective drank poisoned port that had been delivered to the station earlier that day and seemingly was intended to kill Stottlemeyer. The original suspect is a man whose brother Stottlemeyer had killed in a bank robbery, and who'd fired at Stottlemeyer in a parking lot a few months prior to the party. When the suspect turns out to be innocent, Monk finds that Terry in fact had been the intended target all along, and he was killed by his spurned ex-girlfriend, a fellow police officer who was pissed off that Terry had decided to end their relationship and get back together with his wife and kids.

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** "Mr. Monk and the Secret Santa": Terry Chasen, one of Captain Stottlemeyer's detectives, is poisoned at a Christmas party. It appears to have been a case of bad luck as the detective drank poisoned port that had been delivered to the station earlier that day and seemingly was intended to kill Stottlemeyer. The original suspect crime is believed to be the work of a man whose brother Stottlemeyer had killed in a bank robbery, and who'd fired at Stottlemeyer in a parking lot a few months prior to the party. When the suspect turns out to be innocent, Monk finds that Terry in fact had been the intended target all along, and he was killed by his spurned ex-girlfriend, a fellow police officer who was pissed off that Terry had decided to end their relationship and get back together with his wife and kids.
9th Mar '18 9:02:01 AM dmcreif
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*** Jessica herself accidentally kills in self-defense Dale Holliday, a corrections officer assigned to guard [[spoiler:her mother]].
*** When cornered by Detectives Eddy Costa and Ruth Sunday in Trish's hospital room, Alisa disarms and takes Sunday hostage, then leaps out the window, dragging Sunday to her death.
2nd Mar '18 6:42:44 PM Al08
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* The AntiVillain Scar in ''Anime/FullMetalAlchemist'' very rapidly built up a reputation for murdering State Alchemists. Scar is a greatly sympathetic example (to the point of being given a Face turn), as the State Alchemist don't just service as an elite polite force but are also soldiers and Gestapo within Amestris, and were crucial in annexing Scar's home country of Ishval (and massacring a large portion of the population). Scar's reputation is so fearsome that State Alchemists tend to transfer en masse out of areas where he's known to be operating.

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* The AntiVillain Scar in ''Anime/FullMetalAlchemist'' very rapidly built up a reputation for murdering State Alchemists. Scar is a greatly sympathetic example (to the point of being given a Face turn), as the State Alchemist don't just service as Alchemists are an elite polite force but are also soldiers and Gestapo formation within Amestris, Amestris's army, and were crucial in annexing Scar's home country of Ishval (and massacring a large portion of the population). Scar's reputation is so fearsome that State Alchemists tend to transfer en masse out of areas where he's known to be operating.
25th Feb '18 10:33:08 AM KillerClowns
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* Sylas of ''VideoGame/{{Armello}}'' has a (justified) hatred of the King's Guard. In the backstory, he hunts them [[RoaringRampageOfRevenge for wiping out his village]]. In-game, he gets both a bonus against the Guard, and a combat buff for how high the bounty is on his head. Unlike other characters, he's thus encouraged to go out of his way to hunt down and kill the King's Guard.
13th Feb '18 4:07:32 PM lorgskyegon
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** Adebisi ''beheaded'' an undercover cop with a machete, as well as a narc in Em City.
** Johnny Basil killed inmate and ex-cop Bruno Goergen.
** Beecher, Groves, and Tarrant all killed guards.
31st Jan '18 12:32:17 PM Al08
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* ''VideoGame/CondemnedCriminalOrigins'' has the serial killerthe player is following shoot two cops at the start.

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* ''VideoGame/CondemnedCriminalOrigins'' has the serial killerthe killer the player is following shoot two cops at the start.
29th Jan '18 4:26:18 PM trixus
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* Lono from ''ComicBook/100Bullets'' kills several police officer when resisting arrest. When he is sent to prison the corrupt prison guards make it clear to the cliques that run contraband that Lono is to be left alone as they intend to break him for it, as they don't want other inmates to think fighting the order is cool.
22nd Jan '18 6:36:40 PM dmcreif
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* Augustus Hill of ''Series/{{Oz}}'' wound up in a wheelchair because he shot a cop while trying to escape arrest. After he was arrested and handcuffed, another cop threw the helpless Hill off a building as payback. Hill was lucky enough to survive, but unlucky enough to be paralyzed below the waist and get a life sentence.

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* ''Series/{{Oz}}'': Augustus Hill of ''Series/{{Oz}}'' wound up Hill, the show's narrator, is in a wheelchair because he shot a cop while trying to escape arrest. After he was arrested and handcuffed, another cop threw the helpless Hill off a building as payback. Hill was lucky enough to survive, but unlucky enough to be paralyzed below the waist and get a life sentence.



*** Will Simpson's sanity begins to slip after he's almost blown up by [[Creator/DavidTennant Kilgrave]] and ends up taking combat enhancers from Dr. Kozlov, who runs the IGH program Simpson used to be a part of. He stumbles upon Oscar Clemons, a detective [[{{Retirony}} two years from mandatory retirement with full pension]], at the CDC facility where Jessica had tried to isolate Kilgrave. He grills Clemons for information about Trish's whereabouts and the whereabouts of Kilgrave's father, and after getting what he needs, Simpson shoots Clemons in the face before burning down the facility.
*** Kilgrave comes very close to being one when he takes an entire precinct hostage and commands the officers to point their guns at [[MexicanStandoff each other]] or [[StopOrIShootMyself their own heads]], and threatens to make them shoot each other/themselves if Jessica does anything to him.

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*** [[RabidCop Will Simpson's Simpson]]'s sanity begins to slip after he's almost blown up by [[Creator/DavidTennant Kilgrave]] and ends up taking combat enhancers from Dr. Kozlov, who runs the IGH program Simpson used to be a part of. He stumbles upon Oscar Clemons, a detective [[{{Retirony}} two years from mandatory retirement with full pension]], at the CDC facility where Jessica had tried to isolate Kilgrave. He grills Clemons for information about Trish's whereabouts and the whereabouts of Kilgrave's father, and after getting what he needs, Simpson shoots Clemons in the face before burning down the facility.
*** Kilgrave comes very close to being one when he takes an entire precinct hostage and commands orders the officers to point their guns at [[MexicanStandoff each other]] or [[StopOrIShootMyself their own heads]], and threatens to make them shoot each other/themselves if Jessica does anything to him.



*** "[[Recap/Daredevil2015S1E6Condemned Condemned]]": Officer Sullivan, a rookie with just six months on the job, stumbles upon Matt Murdock and a wounded Vladimir Ranskahov in an abandoned building. Despite Matt's efforts to talk him into leaving, Sullivan calls in a hostage situation, forcing Matt to knock him out and handcuff him to a pole. This ends up summoning numerous cops to the scene including Christian Blake and Carl Hoffman, a pair of corrupt detectives who Matt just witnessed killing one of Vladimir's men in an interrogation room at the precinct. Blake has become a liability to Fisk as in the time since that incident, Matt has attacked Blake, broke his right arm, and stolen his cell phone, which contained the addresses of Vladimir's stashhouses. While Blake is trying to shoo away an increasingly suspicious Ben Urich, an ESU sniper in Fisk's employ suddenly opens fire on the cops, critically wounding Blake with a bullet to the chest and killing two uniformed cops nearby[[note]]The latter two cops are established to have been shot to cover up the fact that Blake specifically was being targeted[[/note]]. The ESU team that enters the abandoned building, meanwhile, kills Officer Sullivan by cutting his throat with a knife.

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*** "[[Recap/Daredevil2015S1E6Condemned Condemned]]": Officer Sullivan, a rookie with just six months on the job, stumbles upon Matt Murdock and a wounded Vladimir Ranskahov in an abandoned building. Despite Matt's efforts to talk him into leaving, Sullivan calls in a hostage situation, forcing Matt to knock him out and handcuff him to a pole. This ends up summoning numerous cops to the scene including Christian Blake and Carl Hoffman, a pair of corrupt detectives who Matt just witnessed killing one of Vladimir's men in an interrogation room at the precinct.for saying Fisk's name. Blake has become a liability to Fisk as in the time since that incident, Matt has attacked Blake, broke his right arm, and stolen his cell phone, which contained the addresses of Vladimir's stashhouses. While Blake is trying to shoo away an increasingly suspicious Ben Urich, an ESU sniper in Fisk's employ suddenly opens fire on the cops, critically wounding Blake with a bullet to the chest and killing two uniformed cops nearby[[note]]The latter two cops are established to have been shot to cover up the fact that Blake specifically was being targeted[[/note]]. The ESU team that enters the abandoned building, meanwhile, kills Officer Sullivan by cutting his throat with a knife.



*** Once Frank is drawn back in to hunting down the people who ordered the death of his family, his first victim is Carson Wolf, the Special Agent in Charge of the DHS's New York City field office, and Dinah's sexist-asshole boss. After torturing him to get information on Micro, Frank kills Wolf by breaking his neck.
*** Billy Russo and several {{Private Military Contractor}}s on his payroll ambush Dinah Madani and her SWAT team when Dinah feeds them false information leading them to a warehouse where they think Frank will be making a gun buy. Most of Dinah's SWAT team is killed, as are all of Billy's men. Billy himself stabs Sam Stein to death with a retractable blade concealed under his right 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.

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*** Once Frank is drawn back in to hunting down the people who ordered the death of his family, his first victim is Carson Wolf, the Special Agent in Charge of the DHS's New York City field office, office and Dinah's sexist-asshole boss. Dinah Madani's current boss, and who, according to information dug up by Karen Page, was involved in the coverup of David Lieberman's faked "death". After torturing him Wolf to get information on Micro, David, Frank kills Wolf by breaking breaks his neck.
*** Billy Russo and several {{Private Military Contractor}}s on his payroll ambush Dinah Madani and her SWAT team when Dinah feeds them false information leading them to a warehouse where they think Frank will be making a gun buy. Most of Dinah's SWAT team is killed, as are all of Billy's Russo's men. Billy Russo himself stabs is approached by Dinah's partner Sam Stein after fleeing into a nearby lot, and when Sam unmasks him, Russo proceeds to stab Sam to death with a retractable blade concealed under his right sleeve.
*** In the season 1 finale, Billy Russo nonchalantly guns down DHS agents sent to arrest him at his pad as he goes out seeking out Frank for a final showdown.



** "Mr. Monk and the Secret Santa": Terry Chasen, one of Captain Stottlemeyer's detectives, is poisoned at a Christmas party. It appears to have been a case of bad luck as the detective drank poisoned port that had been delivered to the station earlier that day and seemingly was intended to kill Stottlemeyer. The original suspect is a man whose brother Stottlemeyer had killed in a bank robbery, and who'd fired at Stottlemeyer in a parking lot a few months prior to the party. When the suspect turns out to be innocent, Monk finds that Terry in fact had been the intended target all along, and he was killed by his spurned ex-girlfriend, a fellow police officer who was pissed off that Terry had decided to end their affair and make amends with his wife.
** "Mr. Monk and the Badge": sees the shooting death of a police officer named Russell [=DiMarco=]. As Monk finds out, he'd stumbled upon the identity of a recently apprehended serial killer while on patrol. Knowing that he was ineligible for the reward money as a city employee, [=DiMarco=] had a friend from his high school softball team make a false tip that led to the killer's arrest, with the promise that they'd split the reward money. Only, said friend double-crossed [=DiMarco=], and thus shot him and kept the reward money for himself. This plotline was a loose adaptation of a plotline from the novel ''Mr. Monk and the Blue Flu''.

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** "Mr. Monk and the Secret Santa": Terry Chasen, one of Captain Stottlemeyer's detectives, is poisoned at a Christmas party. It appears to have been a case of bad luck as the detective drank poisoned port that had been delivered to the station earlier that day and seemingly was intended to kill Stottlemeyer. The original suspect is a man whose brother Stottlemeyer had killed in a bank robbery, and who'd fired at Stottlemeyer in a parking lot a few months prior to the party. When the suspect turns out to be innocent, Monk finds that Terry in fact had been the intended target all along, and he was killed by his spurned ex-girlfriend, a fellow police officer who was pissed off that Terry had decided to end their affair relationship and make amends get back together with his wife.wife and kids.
** "Mr. Monk and the Badge": sees the shooting death of a police officer named Russell [=DiMarco=].[=DiMarco=] is shot and killed in a stairwell. As Monk finds out, he'd stumbled upon the identity of a recently apprehended serial killer while on patrol. Knowing that he was ineligible for the reward money as a city employee, [=DiMarco=] had a friend from his high school softball team make a false tip that led to the killer's arrest, with the promise that they'd split the reward money. Only, said friend double-crossed [=DiMarco=], and thus shot him and kept the reward money for himself. This plotline was a loose adaptation of a plotline from the novel ''Mr. Monk and the Blue Flu''.
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