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10th Jan '17 9:01:43 PM WoozyJack
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* NYCPD's Ed Lacy in ''Deadly Hero'' (1976)

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* NYCPD's Ed Lacy in ''Deadly Hero'' (1976) (1975)
8th Jan '17 5:17:19 AM ACW
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*In Creator/RichardLaymon's ''Literature/{{Savage}}'', Roderick Whittle, aka UsefulNotes/JackTheRipper, becomes a sheriff's deputy named "John Carver".
7th Jan '17 10:04:56 AM nombretomado
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* In the AdventureGame ''LauraBow 2: The Dagger of Amon Ra'', the killer turns out to be [[spoiler:Ryan O'Reily, the detective working on the case]].

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* In the AdventureGame ''LauraBow ''VideoGame/LauraBow 2: The Dagger of Amon Ra'', the killer turns out to be [[spoiler:Ryan O'Reily, the detective working on the case]].
4th Jan '17 6:02:09 PM randomtroper89
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* The protagonist from Creator/JimThompson's novel ''The Killer Inside Me''.
* [[spoiler:The FBI Agent Denton and his cohorts]] in ''[[Literature/TheDresdenFiles Fool Moon]].''

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* The protagonist from Creator/JimThompson's novel Creator/JimThompson's ''The Killer Inside Me''.
* [[spoiler:The FBI Agent Denton and his cohorts]] in ''[[Literature/TheDresdenFiles Fool Moon]].'' ''Literature/TheDresdenFiles'' novel ''Literature/FoolMoon''.



* In the Creator/TomClancy novel ''[[Literature/JackRyan Without Remorse]]'', a CorruptCop murders a drug dealer that his (criminal) boss suspected of being a security risk. He even manages to do it in a way that causes multiple witnesses - police officers themselves - to honestly believe that the victim was shot in self-defense when he attempted to resist arrest.

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* In the Creator/TomClancy novel ''[[Literature/JackRyan Without Remorse]]'', ''Literature/JackRyan'' novel ''Literature/WithoutRemorse'', a CorruptCop murders a drug dealer that his (criminal) boss suspected of being a security risk. He even manages to do it in a way that causes multiple witnesses - police officers themselves - to honestly believe that the victim was shot in self-defense when he attempted to resist arrest.
23rd Oct '16 4:41:54 PM Outis
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[[folder:Podcasts]]
*''Podcast/TheMagnusArchives'': The episode "A Father's Love" is about a girl's childhood living with her serial killer father, who was also a policeman.
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3rd Oct '16 5:22:55 AM foxley
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[[folder:Music]]
* "Mirrors" by Music/EricBogle is about Brazilian policemen who act as freelance death squads in Rio's slums.
-->Ad the killers wear policeman's badges\\
Kill to supplement their wages\\
Earn their bloody bounty, with the gun and club and knife
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18th Sep '16 8:45:12 PM WoozyJack
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* NYCPD's Ed Lacy in "Deadly Hero" (1976)

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* NYCPD's Ed Lacy in "Deadly Hero" ''Deadly Hero'' (1976)
18th Sep '16 8:44:06 PM WoozyJack
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* NYPD's Ed Lacy in 1976 ''Film/DeadlyHero''
* NYPD's Gary Long in 1989 Spike Lee drama ''Film/DoTheRightThing''
* NYPD's Mike Brennan in 1990 ''Q & A''

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* NYPD's NYCPD's Ed Lacy in 1976 ''Film/DeadlyHero''
"Deadly Hero" (1976)
* NYPD's NYCPD's Gary Long in 1989 Spike Lee drama ''Film/DoTheRightThing''
* NYPD's NYCPD's Mike Brennan in 1990 ''Q & A''A'' (1990)
13th Aug '16 10:35:22 AM Morgenthaler
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** Several senior Judges used to be part of an extralegal killing squad known as the Citizens' Court, to kill criminals who fell through the cracks of the justice system.
26th Jul '16 3:16:52 PM Morgenthaler
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* Wilson Priest, one of the judges featured in ''ComicBook/JudgeDredd'''s ''The Pit'' arc is this. He murders a suspect after he repeatedly gets OffOnATechnicality and begins to do it more often. Given the legal structure in the ''Dredd'' universe, this overlaps with HangingJudge.

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Wilson Priest, one of the judges featured in ''ComicBook/JudgeDredd'''s ''The Pit'' arc is this. He murders a suspect after he repeatedly gets OffOnATechnicality and begins to do it more often. Given the legal structure in the ''Dredd'' universe, this overlaps with HangingJudge.HangingJudge.
** The Dark Judges are an especially extreme version, as they enforce law by simply murdering every potential criminal, believing life to be the source of all crime. [[InsaneTrollLogic Eradicate life, eradicate crime.]]
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