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21st Jan '17 11:12:02 AM MawofWinter
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* A non-villainous subversion in ''Literature/HonorHarrington'' - On Basilisk Station involves Honor Harrington receiving word from Lieutenant Stromboli that the drug smugglers have been siphoning their power from their own backup power collector using parts that have always been part of a design, not an add-on. This confirms Harrington's suspicions that someone on their own side is working for the bad guys. Harrington asks who else knows because she doesn't want to alert a possible traitor that they know about the power relay.
16th Dec '16 11:30:03 PM SpocktorWho
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* ''{{Series/Supernatural}}''. It comes in handy when you know the other guy hasn't told anyone else because he's planning on killing you himself, in order to take sole credit for the information you've uncovered.

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It comes in handy when you know the other guy hasn't told anyone else because he's planning on killing you himself, in order to take sole credit for the information you've uncovered.


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** When [[spoiler: [[SealedEvilInACan Lucifer]]]] is freed from captivity in season 11, one of his first acts is to ask the person who freed him (and also has the power to lock him back up) if there's anyone else with these abilities. When he receives no for an answer, he promptly [[NeckSnap snaps said person's neck]].
25th Nov '16 5:08:10 AM JackG
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* In the Creator/StephenKing story ''Literature/AptPupil'', Todd claims to have given a letter to a friend that will expose Dussander as a Nazi war criminal in hiding, should anything happen to him. However Dussander correctly suspects that Todd is a loner who would never trust anyone to that extent.

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* In the Creator/StephenKing story ''Literature/AptPupil'', ''[[Literature/DifferentSeasons Apt Pupil]]'', Todd claims to have given a letter to a friend that will expose Dussander as a Nazi war criminal in hiding, should anything happen to him. However Dussander correctly suspects that Todd is a loner who would never trust anyone to that extent.
25th Nov '16 5:07:08 AM JackG
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* In the Creator/StephenKing story ''Literature/AptPupil'', Todd claims to have given a letter to a friend that will expose Dussander as a Nazi war criminal in hiding, should anything happen to him. However Dussander correctly suspects that Todd is a loner who would never trust anyone to that extent.
22nd Nov '16 12:00:59 PM tiiger
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** In the penultimate episode the series, The Machine runs a series of simulations that show [[spoiler:what would have happened it if it had never been invented]]. In one of these, a previous number from season 2 who uncovered information about The Machine, goes to [[spoiler:Sameen Shaw]] with his findings, and the trope plays out as expected.

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** In the penultimate episode the series, The Machine runs a series of simulations that show [[spoiler:what what would have happened it if it had never been invented]]. invented. In one of these, a previous number from season 2 who uncovered information about The Machine, this time uncovers similar information about Samaritan. He goes to [[spoiler:Sameen Shaw]] with his findings, findings and the trope plays out as expected.
20th Nov '16 2:38:37 AM Astaroth
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* Non-lethal example in ''FilmBatmanBegins'': Carmine Falcone reveals to Dr Crane that he knows about the unethical medical experiments being carried out on the patients at Arkham asylum, implying that he's going to blackmail Crane if he doesn't cooperate. Crane responds by donning his Scarecrow mask, giving Falcone a dose of fear-inducing toxin, and torturing him into insanity.

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* Non-lethal example in ''FilmBatmanBegins'': ''Film/BatmanBegins'': Carmine Falcone reveals to Dr Crane that he knows about the unethical medical experiments being carried out on the patients at Arkham asylum, implying that he's going to blackmail Crane if he doesn't cooperate. Crane responds by donning his Scarecrow mask, giving Falcone a dose of fear-inducing toxin, and torturing him into insanity.
20th Nov '16 2:37:05 AM Astaroth
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* Non-lethal example in ''FilmBatmanBegins'': Carmine Falcone reveals to Dr Crane that he knows about the unethical medical experiments being carried out on the patients at Arkham asylum, implying that he's going to blackmail Crane if he doesn't cooperate. Crane responds by donning his Scarecrow mask, giving Falcone a dose of fear-inducing toxin, and torturing him into insanity.
1st Nov '16 6:10:44 PM GentleMart
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* Triply-subverted in ''Film/BattlefieldEarth'', where [[TheDragon Ker]] has information with which to gain leverage over [[BadBoss Terl]]. It turns out that Ker made a copy of the video and gave it to a third party, whom, it turns out, Terl has already found and beheaded. Ker's punishment?[[spoiler: The loss of a hand.]]

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* Triply-subverted in ''Film/BattlefieldEarth'', where [[TheDragon Ker]] has information with which to gain leverage over [[BadBoss Terl]]. It When the latter pulls out a gun, it turns out that Ker made a copy of the blackmailing video and gave it to a third party, whom, it turns out, Terl has already found and beheaded. Ker's punishment?[[spoiler: The loss of a hand.]]
20th Oct '16 12:54:33 PM Skebaba
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** He might have also lied, because if he had said "Yes", the boss might have killed his mum, friends and the possible love interest.
9th Oct '16 3:59:24 PM GentleMart
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* Triply-subverted in ''Film/BattlefieldEarth'', where [[TheDragon Ker]] has information with which to gain leverage over [[BadBoss Terl]]. It turns out that Ker made a copy of the video and gave it to a third party, whom, it turns out, Terl has already found and beheaded. Ker's punishment?[[spoiler: The loss of a hand.]]
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