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10th Aug '16 9:02:34 PM Donquill
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* In ''WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse'', the Diamond Authority leading the Homeworld Gems have been apparently doing their best to cover up how badly things went for them in the Rebellion. They even went as far as to [[spoiler:UnPerson Pink Diamond after Rose shattered her, to the point that only Rebellion veterans seem to remember that she existed ''at all'']].
8th Jun '16 3:05:16 PM ShorinBJ
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** Another corrupt church, in ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyX'', the Temple of Yevon, declared Yuna a traitor and tried repeatedly to kill her. When they decided they needed her? That traitor business was just a rumor started by the [[FantasticRacism Al Bhed]]. Never mind that they no doubt announced Yuna's supposed treachery through their official channels....
8th Jun '16 3:01:56 PM ShorinBJ
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6th Apr '16 4:31:04 AM Morgenthaler
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* This is how the first issue of ''SinCity'' concludes. [[spoiler:For obvious reasons, it can't come out that a member of the Roark family was involved with a cannibal serial killer, so the police force Marv to confess to all of the crimes committed by Roark and Kevin.]]

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* This is how the first issue of ''SinCity'' ''ComicBook/SinCity'' concludes. [[spoiler:For obvious reasons, it can't come out that a member of the Roark family was involved with a cannibal serial killer, so the police force Marv to confess to all of the crimes committed by Roark and Kevin.]]
28th Nov '15 10:14:31 AM Vir
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* ''WesternAnimation/TheLEGOMovie'' has this mentioned off hand when Emmet says that the local MegaCorp makes all history books.

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* ''WesternAnimation/TheLEGOMovie'' has this mentioned off hand off-hand when Emmet says that the local MegaCorp makes all history books.
5th Nov '15 4:51:28 AM DaibhidC
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* In ''Webcomic/KevinAndKell'', after Angelique and Bentley frame each other for the death of a Herd Thinners predator by a rabbit extremist group, it's revealed the killer was actually [[spoiler: Bentley's daughter Danielle (accidentally)]]. Bentley decides that since Angelique did such a good job framing him, they should let it stick.
1st Oct '15 11:43:40 AM Saurubiker
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* According to [[AllThereInTheManual the "Wesker's Report" publications]], Sherry Birken was taken from Claire and Leon's care by Wesker's agents after the events of ''VideoGame/ResidentEvil2''. In ''VideoGame/ResidentEvilTheDarksideChronicles'', though, it's declared that the government of the United States took Sherry after they found the survivors and they use her as a bartering chip to make Leon work for them, hence his involvement in the core-story of Darkside Chronicles and the chronologically-later ''VideoGame/ResidentEvil4''. This was possibly the result of the fact that "Wesker's Report" was [[NoExportForYou never released outside of Japan]].
26th Sep '15 7:20:09 AM Fluid
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* In the ending of ''Anime/MobileSuitGundam0083StardustMemory'', [[spoiler: Kou is initially court-martialed and receives a prison sentence for stealing the GP-03. All data on this Gundam and the other machines that were part of the Gundam Development Project are later deleted, in order to get rid of any evidence that the Federation was developing nuclear weapons. Kou is then released, as he can't have stolen a Gundam that doesn't exist.]]
18th Jun '15 2:37:35 PM Vir
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** In "To Live and Die in Dixie" the town of Bumblescum holds an annual Civil War reenactment where Ulysses S. Grant is depicted as a drunkard who was easily defeated by Robert E. Lee. When Peter protests that the Union won, the townsfolk, particularly the ones who were actual Confederate soldiers, don't take it lying down.

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** In "To Live and Die in Dixie" the Griffins are relocated to a hick town of Bumblescum when Chris sees a crook commit a robbery and Peter [[WhatAnIdiot gives the crook their address]]. The town holds an annual Civil War reenactment where Ulysses S. Grant is depicted as a drunkard who was easily defeated by Robert E. Lee. When Peter protests that the Union won, the townsfolk, particularly the ones who were actual Confederate soldiers, don't take it lying down.
12th Jun '15 6:27:47 AM Scorpion451
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UnPerson is a variety where ''someone'' is "retconned away". See TreacheryCoverUp for another sub-trope. DeceasedFallGuyGambit is another form of this. For when the past isn't so much completely changed as painted in a more or less favorable light, see WrittenByTheWinners and HistoricalVillainUpgrade.

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Subtrope of, and is most likely to happen when history is, WrittenByTheWinners. UnPerson is a variety where ''someone'' is individuals are "retconned away". See TreacheryCoverUp for another sub-trope.away". DeceasedFallGuyGambit is another form of this. For when the past isn't so much completely changed as painted in a more favorable or less favorable light, see WrittenByTheWinners TreacheryCoverUp and HistoricalVillainUpgrade.HistoricalVillainUpgrade.
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