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22nd Jun '17 10:37:09 AM JackG
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* ''TheProfessionals''. The episode "Everest Was Also Conquered" starts with the former head of MI6 saying "I killed Suzie Carter" on his deathbed. Suzie Carter was a witness at a 1953 corruption inquiry who [[MakeItLookLikeAnAccident supposedly committed suicide]]. This causes a [[YouKnowTooMuch series of murders]] as the other conspirators race to cover up their involvement.

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* ''TheProfessionals''.''Series/TheProfessionals''. The episode "Everest Was Also Conquered" starts with the former head of MI6 saying "I killed Suzie Carter" on his deathbed. Suzie Carter was a witness at a 1953 corruption inquiry who [[MakeItLookLikeAnAccident supposedly committed suicide]]. This causes a [[YouKnowTooMuch series of murders]] as the other conspirators race to cover up their involvement.
8th Jan '17 9:49:55 PM Gamermaster
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* In the Literature/{{Child Ballad|s}} ''Literature/SirAldingar'', Aldingar is mortally wounded by the mysterious champion, and confesses his MaliciousSlander before he dies.]]

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* In the Literature/{{Child Ballad|s}} ''Literature/SirAldingar'', Aldingar is mortally wounded by the mysterious champion, and confesses his MaliciousSlander before he dies.]]
11th Oct '16 7:22:14 AM bradleysigma
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In evidence law, such a confession (or anything said while dying, really), is a ''[[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dying_declaration dying declaration]]''. Dying declarations are not subject to the usual rules of hearsay, and can thus be admissible when they otherwise wouldn't be. The theory behind this is that nobody about to die would have a reason to lie, [[ThanatosGambit would they]]?
10th Oct '16 4:27:20 AM JackG
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* ''Series/{{Quark}}''. Before beaming down to a planet on a suicide mission, Captain Quark asks which of the [[BridgeBunnies Betties]] is the clone. [[RunningGag As usual]] they each point at the other. "She is!"

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* Played for laughs on ''Series/{{Quark}}''. Before beaming down to a planet on a an apparent suicide mission, Captain Quark asks his identical BridgeBunnies to finally tell him which of the [[BridgeBunnies Betties]] one is really the clone. [[RunningGag As usual]] they each point at the other. "She is!"
10th Oct '16 4:24:55 AM JackG
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* ''Series/{{Quark}}''. Before beaming down to a planet on a suicide mission, Captain Quarks asks which of the [[BridgeBunnies Betties]] is the clone. [[RunningGag As usual]] they each point at the other. "She is!"

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* ''Series/{{Quark}}''. Before beaming down to a planet on a suicide mission, Captain Quarks Quark asks which of the [[BridgeBunnies Betties]] is the clone. [[RunningGag As usual]] they each point at the other. "She is!"
10th Oct '16 4:24:26 AM JackG
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* In the TV adaptation of ''Literature/{{Nostromo}}'', the title character is about to confess that he'd stolen the [[MineralMacGuffin silver]] after he's fatally shot, but Lady Gould hushes him, as he's always taken such pride in his incorruptible reputation. "It was lost at sea."

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* In the TV adaptation of ''Literature/{{Nostromo}}'', the title character is about to confess that he'd stolen the [[MineralMacGuffin silver]] after he's being fatally shot, but Lady Gould hushes him, as he's Nostromo has always taken such pride in his incorruptible reputation. "It was lost at sea.""
* ''Series/{{Quark}}''. Before beaming down to a planet on a suicide mission, Captain Quarks asks which of the [[BridgeBunnies Betties]] is the clone. [[RunningGag As usual]] they each point at the other. "She is!"
5th Sep '16 6:02:50 PM JackG
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* In the TV adaptation of ''Literature/{{Nostromo}}'', the title character is about to confess that he'd stolen the [[MineralMcGuffin silver]] after he's fatally shot, but Lady Gould hushes him, as he's always taken such pride in his incorruptible reputation. "It was lost at sea."

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* In the TV adaptation of ''Literature/{{Nostromo}}'', the title character is about to confess that he'd stolen the [[MineralMcGuffin [[MineralMacGuffin silver]] after he's fatally shot, but Lady Gould hushes him, as he's always taken such pride in his incorruptible reputation. "It was lost at sea."
5th Sep '16 6:01:40 PM JackG
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* In the TV adaptation of ''Literature/{{Nostromo}}'', the title character is about to confess that he'd stolen the [[MineralMcGuffin silver]] after he's fatally shot, but Lady Gould hushes him, as he's always taken such pride in his incorruptible reputation. "It was lost at sea."
24th Jul '16 9:05:33 AM JackG
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* ''Series/{{Oz}}''. After a criminal on Death Row has his final appeal rejected, he calmly confesses to a bunch of other murders, revealing that he is in fact a SerialKiller.

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* ''Series/{{Oz}}''. ''Series/{{Oz}}''.
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After a criminal on Death Row has his final appeal rejected, he calmly confesses to a bunch of other murders, revealing that he is in fact a SerialKiller.
24th Jul '16 9:02:52 AM JackG
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* ''TheProfessionals''. The episode "Everest Was Also Conquered" starts with the former head of MI6 saying "I killed Suzie Carter" on his deathbed. Suzie Carter was a witness at a 1953 corruption inquiry who [[MakeItLookLikeAnAccident supposedly committed suicide]].

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* ''TheProfessionals''. The episode "Everest Was Also Conquered" starts with the former head of MI6 saying "I killed Suzie Carter" on his deathbed. Suzie Carter was a witness at a 1953 corruption inquiry who [[MakeItLookLikeAnAccident supposedly committed suicide]]. This causes a [[YouKnowTooMuch series of murders]] as the other conspirators race to cover up their involvement.
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