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25th Aug '16 7:10:06 PM foxley
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* In ''ComicBook/SherwoodTexas'', Rob and the Jesters frame Gisburn so that the Nobles think that he is TheMole who is betraying their operations.
16th Aug '16 7:50:46 PM PaulA
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* In ''[[Literature/VorkosiganSaga Memory]]'' the criminal needs to frame someone, and initially tries the [[spoiler:recently cashiered Lieutenant Vorkosigan]]. This backfires when the investigator who discovers the faked evidence is none other than the intended target.

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* In ''[[Literature/VorkosiganSaga Memory]]'' ''Literature/{{Memory}}'' the criminal needs to frame someone, and initially tries the [[spoiler:recently cashiered Lieutenant Vorkosigan]]. This backfires when the investigator who discovers the faked evidence is none other than the intended target.
12th Aug '16 8:42:13 PM Fireblood
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* ''Series/{{Accused}}'': In "Alison's Story" Alison is framed as a drug dealer by her husband and his police captain father so she'll lose custody of their kids. Thankfully, this is revealed, she's acquitted, and they get arrested.
1st Aug '16 7:00:37 PM Fireblood
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* ''{{Series/Guilt}}'': Bruno is about to do this with Neville, then sees he's left-handed. As the killer was right-handed, it wouldn't stand up.

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* ''{{Series/Guilt}}'': Bruno is about to do this with Neville, then sees he's left-handed. As the killer was right-handed, it wouldn't stand up. Later Grace attempts to do this with Finch, putting Molly's missing phone in his car. However, a video recording uncovers this.
23rd Jul '16 7:09:58 AM Clare
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* The plot of the ''WesternAnimation/DefendersOfTheEarth'' episode "The Defense Never Rests" revolves around Ming creating [[RobotMe android clones]] of all the Defenders except [[ChildrenAreInnocent Kshin]] and using them to create fake news footage in order to convince the Ilyrians, a race of staunch pacifists, that the Defenders are a terrorist organisation. As a result, the Defenders are put on trial, but Rick, LJ and Jedda (along with Kisa) manage to escape and head for Ice Station Earth, where they find Ming's androids. Having obtained proof that Ming faked the evidence he presented to the Ilyrians, they head back to the trial, arriving just in time to prevent their elders from being banished to a distant galaxy. (Though Mandrake appears to have been banished already, he's actually casting one of his illusions.)

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* The plot of the ''WesternAnimation/DefendersOfTheEarth'' episode "The Defense Never Rests" revolves around Ming creating [[RobotMe android clones]] of all the Defenders except [[ChildrenAreInnocent Kshin]] and using them to create fake news footage in order to convince the Ilyrians, a race of staunch pacifists, that the Defenders are a terrorist organisation. As a result, the Defenders are put on trial, but Rick, LJ and Jedda (along with Kisa) manage to escape and head for Ice Station Earth, where they find Ming's androids. Having obtained proof that Ming faked the evidence he presented to the Ilyrians, they head back return to the trial, arriving just in time to prevent their elders from being banished to a distant galaxy. (Though Mandrake appears to have been banished already, he's actually casting one of his illusions.)
23rd Jul '16 7:07:23 AM Clare
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* The plot of the ''WesternAnimation/DefendersOfTheEarth'' episode "The Defense Never Rests" revolves around Ming creating [[RobotMe android clones]] of all the Defenders except [[ChildrenAreInnocent Kshin]] and using them to create fake news footage in order to convince the Ilyrians, a race of staunch pacifists, that the real Defenders are a terrorist organisation. As a result, the Defenders are put on trial, but Rick, LJ and Jedda (along with Kisa) manage to escape and head for Ice Station Earth, where they find Ming's androids. Having obtained proof that Ming faked the evidence he presented to the Ilyrians, they head back to the trial, arriving just in time to prevent their elders from being banished to a distant galaxy. (Though Mandrake appears to have been banished already, he's actually casting one of his illusions.)

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* The plot of the ''WesternAnimation/DefendersOfTheEarth'' episode "The Defense Never Rests" revolves around Ming creating [[RobotMe android clones]] of all the Defenders except [[ChildrenAreInnocent Kshin]] and using them to create fake news footage in order to convince the Ilyrians, a race of staunch pacifists, that the real Defenders are a terrorist organisation. As a result, the Defenders are put on trial, but Rick, LJ and Jedda (along with Kisa) manage to escape and head for Ice Station Earth, where they find Ming's androids. Having obtained proof that Ming faked the evidence he presented to the Ilyrians, they head back to the trial, arriving just in time to prevent their elders from being banished to a distant galaxy. (Though Mandrake appears to have been banished already, he's actually casting one of his illusions.)
23rd Jul '16 7:02:20 AM Clare
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* The plot of the ''WesternAnimation/DefendersOfTheEarth'' episode "The Defense Never Rests" revolves around Ming creating [[RobotMe android clones]] of all the Defenders except [[ChildrenAreInnocent Kshin]] and using them to create fake news footage in order to convince the Ilyrians, a race of staunch pacifists, that the real Defenders are a terrorist organisation. As a result, the Defenders are put on trial, but Rick, LJ and Jedda (along with Kisa) manage to escape and head for Ice Station Earth, where they find Ming's androids. Having obtained proof that Ming faked the evidence he presented to the Ilyrians, they head back to the trial, arriving just in time to prevent their elders from being banished to a distant galaxy. (Though Mandrake appears to have been banished already, he's actually casting one of his illusions.)
20th Jul '16 9:59:53 PM Fireblood
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* ''Series/KamenRiderDragonKnight'' : [[TheHero Kit]] earned a reputation of a thief during the year following his father´s disapperance prior to the story´s start. He is a troublemaker, all right, but not an actual criminal. [[spoiler: His supposed criminal records were set up by [[BigBad Xaxiax]] as a bad reputation would keep people away from him, which would make him easier to manipulate.]]
** [[ClearMyName Brad Barett]], a former motocross racer was framed for sabotaging his rival´s machine to win the race. [[BigBad Xaviax]] has evidence that can prove Brad´s innocence. Interestingly enough, Brad is esentially a good guy like Kit and while brash and obssesed with winning, he would not cross the line into criminal offense.

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* ''Series/KamenRiderDragonKnight'' : [[TheHero Kit]] earned a reputation of a thief during the year following his father´s disapperance disappearance prior to the story´s start. He is a troublemaker, all right, but not an actual criminal. [[spoiler: His supposed criminal records were set up by [[BigBad Xaxiax]] as a bad reputation would keep people away from him, which would make him easier to manipulate.]]
** [[ClearMyName Brad Barett]], a former motocross racer was framed for sabotaging his rival´s machine to win the race. [[BigBad Xaviax]] has evidence that can prove Brad´s innocence. Interestingly enough, Brad is esentially essentially a good guy like Kit and while brash and obssesed obsessed with winning, he would not cross the line into criminal offense.
* ''{{Series/Guilt}}'': Bruno is about to do this with Neville, then sees he's left-handed. As the killer was right-handed, it wouldn't stand up.
8th Jul '16 9:37:22 PM Adept
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* Twice in ''Literature/TowardsZero''. When Lady Camilla Tressilian was found dead, all the immediate evidence points to Nevile Strange, who was heard arguing with her before her death. However, he turned out to have an alibi, as the maid saw that the lady was still alive after Nevile had left the house. Discovery of new evidences then points to Audrey Strange, Nevile's ex-wife... except that turns out to be false as well.
24th Jun '16 8:30:44 AM Flame
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* ''Series/KamenRiderDragonKnight'' : [[TheHero Kit]] earned a reputation of a thief during the year following his father´s disapperance prior to the story´s start. He is a troublemaker, all right, but not an actual criminal. [[spoiler: His supposed criminal records were set up by [[BigBad Xaxiax]] as a bad reputation would keep people away from him, which would make him easier to manipulate.]]
** [[ClearMyName Brad Barett]], a former motocross racer was framed for sabotaging his rival´s machine to win the race. [[BigBad Xaviax]] has evidence that can prove Brad´s innocence. Interestingly enough, Brad is esentially a good guy like Kit and while brash and obssesed with winning, he would not cross the line into criminal offense.
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