History Main / KillerCop

15th Nov '17 6:31:00 AM UchuuFlamenco
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* Kurtis Stryker of the ''MortalKombat'' series.

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* Kurtis Stryker of the ''MortalKombat'' ''Franchise/MortalKombat'' series.
9th Nov '17 4:45:47 PM FordPrefect
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# If the killer is suspected to be copying the methods of another killer, the copy will be exactly like the original, even down the details that only a member of law enforcement would know.

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# If the killer is suspected to be copying the methods of another killer, the copy will be exactly like the original, even down to the details that only a member of law enforcement would know.
8th Nov '17 1:01:59 AM Alvin
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** Another episode features a cop that stages shootings so he can be the first to "save" the victim. Occasionally those victims die, but he is honored as a hero cop. He tries to kill [[spoiler:Peneloppe when he thinks she is on to him]].

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** Another episode features a cop that stages shootings so he can be the first to "save" the victim. Occasionally those victims die, but he is honored as a hero cop. He tries to kill [[spoiler:Peneloppe [[spoiler:Penelope when he thinks she is on to him]].
28th Sep '17 7:11:16 AM Jeduthun
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See also DetectiveMole. The inverse of a CopKiller, although the two tropes sometimes overlap-- the Killer Cop may target other cops, or may himself become the target of a Cop Killer. Often a subtrope of TheBadGuysAreCops.

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See also DetectiveMole. The inverse of a CopKiller, although the two tropes sometimes overlap-- the Killer Cop may target other cops, or may himself become the target AssholeVictim of a Cop Killer. Often a subtrope of TheBadGuysAreCops.
28th Sep '17 7:10:55 AM Jeduthun
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See also DetectiveMole. The inverse of a CopKiller, although the two tropes sometimes overlap. Often a subtrope of TheBadGuysAreCops.

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See also DetectiveMole. The inverse of a CopKiller, although the two tropes sometimes overlap.overlap-- the Killer Cop may target other cops, or may himself become the target of a Cop Killer. Often a subtrope of TheBadGuysAreCops.
17th Sep '17 9:06:29 AM Morgenthaler
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* Of course, the titular protagonist of ''Series/{{Dexter}}'' is one of these. He also went after one in season four, a cop who'd killed her own husband and daughter and made it look like a robbery gone foul. She was a particularly hard target because her experience allowed her to suspect Dexter was up to something pretty early on.

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* ''Series/{{Dexter}}'':
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Of course, the titular protagonist of ''Series/{{Dexter}}'' Dexter is one of these. these, although he's a forensic examiner rather than a detective. He was also trained by his adoptive father, who was already a cop but couldn't bring himself to actually kill criminals who escaped justice. In season 2 Dexter is the subject of an ongoing investigation when the corpses of his victims are discovered, which he manages to avoid by making it look like another cop within the department had turned to serial killing.
** Dexter
also went after one in season four, a cop who'd killed her own husband and daughter and made it look like a robbery gone foul. She was a particularly hard target because her experience allowed her to suspect Dexter was up to something pretty early on.
20th Jun '17 2:26:11 PM dmcreif
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** ''Series/AgentCarter'' season 2 begins with [[spoiler: a subversion, as Detective Henry disguises someone elses murder as a previous serial killer's work. The trope is later played straight as he tries to abduct someone and gets shot by another CorruptCop]].

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** ''Series/AgentCarter'' season 2 begins with [[spoiler: a subversion, as Detective Henry disguises someone elses else's murder as a previous serial killer's work. The trope is later played straight as he tries to abduct someone and gets shot by another CorruptCop]].
31st May '17 10:21:15 AM UmbrellasWereAwesome
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* [[spoiler:Detective Adachi]] from ''VideoGame/{{Persona 4}}'' qualifies as one of these. Bonus points for the supernatural powers that helped him avoid leaving evidence.

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* ''Franchise/ShinMegamiTensei'':
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[[spoiler:Detective Adachi]] from ''VideoGame/{{Persona 4}}'' ''VideoGame/Persona4'' qualifies as one of these. Bonus points for the supernatural powers that helped him avoid leaving evidence.
25th Apr '17 6:48:15 PM nombretomado
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3rd Apr '17 7:11:50 AM susaga
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** ''Series/AgentCarter'' season 2 begins with [[spoiler: a subversion, as Detective Henry disguises someone elses murder as a previous serial killer's work. The trope is later played straight as he tries to abduct someone and gets shot by another CorruptCop]].
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