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27th Aug '17 4:04:43 AM Doug86
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* Played for laughs in the SMBCTheater short [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bMxds0dBILc Homicide Detective]]:

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* Played for laughs in the SMBCTheater WebVideo/SMBCTheater short [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bMxds0dBILc Homicide Detective]]:
13th Aug '17 11:21:38 AM mikrolik
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** [[spoiler:Detective Bobby Fulbright]] investigates the murder of Clay Terran while being the culprit himself. [[spoiler:He also killed Metis Cykes several years earlier, another murder you have to solve.]]

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** [[spoiler:Detective Bobby Fulbright]] Fulbright (or rather, a spy who killed the real Fullbright and took his place)]] investigates the murder of Clay Terran while being the culprit himself. [[spoiler:He also killed Metis Cykes several years earlier, another murder you have to solve.]]
13th Aug '17 11:18:03 AM mikrolik
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* In the Spectacular ''ComicBook/Spiderman'' Sin-Eater story, Spider-Man works with detective Stan Carter to try to unmask the serial killer, only to discover it's Stan who's the bad guy.

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* In the Spectacular ''ComicBook/Spiderman'' ''ComicBook/SpiderMan'' Sin-Eater story, Spider-Man works with detective Stan Carter to try to unmask the serial killer, only to discover it's Stan who's the bad guy.
13th Aug '17 11:17:28 AM mikrolik
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* In the Spectacular ''ComicBook/Spiderman'' Sin-Eater story, Spider-Man works with detective Stan Carter to try to unmask the serial killer, only to discover it's Stan who's the bad guy.
10th Jul '17 2:55:32 AM Medinoc
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* While not murder ([[SeriousBusiness it's just treated as it]]) or explicitly stated, the possibility ''is'' raised in ''http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Recap/CommunityS5E03BasicInterglutealNumismatics'' -- the caught Ass Crack Bandit (who drops quarters down people's ass cracks) turns out to be innocent of that crime, and the ending montage implies it could be one of several recurring characters, some of them having been involved with the investigation. The series finale virtually confirms it, pointing to [[spoiler: Annie.]]

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* While not murder ([[SeriousBusiness it's just treated as it]]) or explicitly stated, the possibility ''is'' raised in ''http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Recap/CommunityS5E03BasicInterglutealNumismatics'' ''Recap/CommunityS5E03BasicInterglutealNumismatics'' -- the caught Ass Crack Bandit (who drops quarters down people's ass cracks) turns out to be innocent of that crime, and the ending montage implies it could be one of several recurring characters, some of them having been involved with the investigation. The series finale virtually confirms it, pointing to [[spoiler: Annie.]]
10th Jul '17 2:46:16 AM Medinoc
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** As a twist, during a good part of the investigation, Light [[MemoryGambit doesn't even know he's the killer]].
5th Jul '17 1:53:53 AM foxley
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* ''Series/LawAndOrderCriminalIntent'': In "Broad Channel", Nichols and Stevens investigate the murder of a DirtyCop in an isolated island community. They are forced to work alongside a detective from the DirtyCop's home precinct. This detective turns out to be a DirtyCop himself and the one who orchestrated the murder.
2nd Jul '17 10:06:47 AM nombretomado
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** Philby and his colleagues blew the cover of several British intelligence officers, one of whom would go on to write spy novels under the name JohnLeCarre. ''TinkerTailorSoldierSpy'' is a fictionalized version of the whole affair.

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** Philby and his colleagues blew the cover of several British intelligence officers, one of whom would go on to write spy novels under the name JohnLeCarre.Creator/JohnLeCarre. ''TinkerTailorSoldierSpy'' is a fictionalized version of the whole affair.
3rd Jun '17 6:28:37 PM Gosicrystal
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** ''The first game'':

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** ''The The first game'':game:



** ''{{VisualNovel/Ace Attorney Investigations|MilesEgdeworth}}'':

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** ''{{VisualNovel/Ace Attorney Investigations|MilesEgdeworth}}'':Investigations|MilesEdgeworth}}'':
3rd Jun '17 6:26:24 PM Gosicrystal
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* [[spoiler: Luke Atmey]] in ''Franchise/AceAttorney'', not actually [[spoiler: the thief he was looking for, but he was the mastermind behind his heists.]]
** Also [[spoiler:Tyrell Badd, one leg of the Yatagarasu]] in ''Investigations'', who [[spoiler: made sure to be the detective assigned to the Yatagarasu case specifically to destroy any evidence his partners left behind.]]
** If we're adding in lawyers (who practically function as detectives in the games), we have [[spoiler:smuggling ring moles Calisto Yew and Jacques Portsman, the former was also one of the Yatagarasu]].
** Not to mention [[spoiler:Manfred von Karma, Damon Gant, Daryan Crescend (according to WordOfGod), Byrne Faraday, Bansai Ichiyanagi and Bobby Fulbright]]. And special credit for [[spoiler:Furio Tigre and Kristoph Gavin]], who manage to be moles while being detective-lawyers for the ''defense''.

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* [[spoiler: Luke ''Franchise/AceAttorney'':
** ''The first game'':
*** [[spoiler:Manfred von Karma]] ends up prosecuting Miles Egdeworth for the DL-6 Incident. He committed the crime, ''Edgeworth's father's'' murder.
*** [[spoiler:Damon Gant, back when he wasn't the chief of police yet,]] was involved in the SL-9 Incident. He killed Neil Marshall and framed Ema Skye for it.
** ''Trials and Tribulations'':
*** [[spoiler:Luke
Atmey]] in ''Franchise/AceAttorney'', not isn't actually [[spoiler: the [[spoiler:the thief he was looking for, for]], but he was he's the mastermind behind [[spoiler:his heists]].
*** [[spoiler:Furio Tigre]] was Maggie Byrde's defense attorney ''and'' the culprit of the crime she was being tried for. In fact, [[spoiler:he intentionally defended her badly so she would be declared guilty for
his heists.]]
crime]].
** Also ''{{VisualNovel/Ace Attorney Investigations|MilesEgdeworth}}'':
***
[[spoiler:Tyrell Badd, one leg of the Yatagarasu]] in ''Investigations'', Yatagarasu]], who [[spoiler: made sure to be the detective assigned to the Yatagarasu case specifically to destroy any evidence his partners left behind.]]
** If we're adding in lawyers (who practically function as detectives in the games), we have [[spoiler:smuggling ring moles
behind]]. The other two members are [[spoiler:Byrne Faraday (a prosecutor) and Calisto Yew and (a defense attorney)]].
*** [[spoiler:Prosecutor
Jacques Portsman, the former was also one Portsman]] is a member of the Yatagarasu]].
** Not to mention [[spoiler:Manfred von Karma, Damon Gant, Daryan Crescend (according to WordOfGod), Byrne Faraday,
international smuggling ring that Interpol is investigating.
*** [[spoiler:Prosecutor
Bansai Ichiyanagi Ichiyanagi/Blaise Debeste]] killed Jill Crane and pretended to be unrelated to the crime.
** [[spoiler:Daryan Crescend]] from Interpol killed another Interpol agent and came up with an alibi to disconnect himself from the investigation.
** [[spoiler:Detective
Bobby Fulbright]]. And special credit for [[spoiler:Furio Tigre and Kristoph Gavin]], who manage to be moles Fulbright]] investigates the murder of Clay Terran while being detective-lawyers for the ''defense''.culprit himself. [[spoiler:He also killed Metis Cykes several years earlier, another murder you have to solve.]]
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