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10th Nov '17 9:08:28 PM FlakyPorcupine
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* In the Victorian London level in {{Waxworks}}, the protagonist is mistaken for Jack the Ripper after being seen next to a dead harlot.The fact that the body he's using is that of Jack's twin brother doesn't help him much.

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* In the Victorian London level in {{Waxworks}}, ''VideoGame/WaxWorks'', the protagonist is mistaken for Jack the Ripper UsefulNotes/JackTheRipper after being seen next to a dead harlot.harlot. The fact that the body he's using is that of Jack's twin brother doesn't help him much.
6th Nov '17 11:24:11 AM Eddy1215
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* In the second season ''Series/Series/{{Wings}}'' episode "Murder She Roast", Brian sees a woman who resembles Fay on an ''Series/AmericasMostWanted''-like show.

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* In the second season ''Series/Series/{{Wings}}'' ''Series/{{Wings}}'' episode "Murder She Roast", Brian sees a woman who resembles Fay on an ''Series/AmericasMostWanted''-like show.
6th Nov '17 10:30:25 AM Eddy1215
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* This is the core of ''Fanfic/AlwaysTheQuietOnes'', when Sunset thinks [[spoiler:that Fluttershy murdered Rainbow Dash]].
12th Sep '17 8:08:20 AM Saveelich
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Compare EasilyCondemned.

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Compare FallGuy and EasilyCondemned.
20th Jun '17 4:40:56 PM eroock
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Compare EasilyCondemned.
23rd May '17 6:36:19 PM eowynjedi
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* ''Series/{{Cadfael}}'' episode "The Virgin in the Ice" has ButtMonkey Brother Oswin suspected of raping and murdering Sister Hilaria--in large part because he himself says that he has committed a mortal sin, and that he was her death. But the "mortal sin" was being attracted to her while they were huddling for warmth in a blizzard, and he was her death because he couldn't protect her from her ''actual'' killer.
3rd Apr '17 6:29:59 AM Doug86
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* In ''MaiHime'', when Sister Yukariko is first revealed as a [=HiME=], she is standing over an injured [[ThoseTwoGuys Aoi]] with a bow-like Element. A flashback at the start of the next episode reveals that an Orphan attacked Aoi, and Yukariko tried to fight it off, but most people mistake her for Aoi's attacker, and Haruka has her interrogated.

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* In ''MaiHime'', ''Anime/MaiHime'', when Sister Yukariko is first revealed as a [=HiME=], she is standing over an injured [[ThoseTwoGuys Aoi]] with a bow-like Element. A flashback at the start of the next episode reveals that an Orphan attacked Aoi, and Yukariko tried to fight it off, but most people mistake her for Aoi's attacker, and Haruka has her interrogated.
25th Mar '17 8:47:26 PM eowynjedi
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* The ''{{Redwall}}'' novel ''Salamandastron'' had one of the protagonists, a squirrel named Samkim, get in trouble earlier in the book for nearly hitting a fellow Redwaller with a wayward arrow. The next morning a different Redwaller is killed by a pair of stoats that the Redwallers had taken in as they were fooling around with bow and arrows that were intended to be used in an archery contest. Samkim comes down the stairs and finds the guy, tripping over a bow as he did so. Another Redwaller then comes down the stairs and sees it, though luckily he isn't punished as the infirmary keeper vouches that Samkim had been in the infirmary the entire night and never left it.

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* The ''{{Redwall}}'' ''Literature/{{Redwall}}'' novel ''Salamandastron'' had one of the protagonists, a squirrel named Samkim, get in trouble earlier in the book for nearly hitting a fellow Redwaller with a wayward arrow. The next morning a different Redwaller is killed by a pair of stoats that the Redwallers had taken in as they were fooling around with bow and arrows that were intended to be used in an archery contest. Samkim comes down the stairs and finds the guy, tripping over a bow as he did so. Another Redwaller then comes down the stairs and sees it, though luckily he isn't punished as the infirmary keeper vouches that Samkim had been in the infirmary the entire night and never left it.


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* In ''Literature/NorthangerAbbey'', Gothic fangirl Catherine Morland observes her host, the widower General Tilney, and concludes that between not being melancholy (to her own dramatic standards) and nobody ever visiting Mrs. Tilney's old rooms, that the General must have murdered his wife. Henry, who finds Catherine snooping around, guesses at her thought process and gently but firmly sets her straight.
11th Mar '17 3:01:43 AM CaptainTedium
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* ''WesternAnimation/RockosModernLife'', "Ed's Dead": Rocko witnesses the apparent murder of his neighbor Ed Bighead by his wife Bev and starts swearing that he's next.

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* ''WesternAnimation/RockosModernLife'', "Ed's Dead": The ''WesternAnimation/RockosModernLife'' episode "Ed is Dead: A Thriller" had Rocko witnesses witnessing the apparent murder of his neighbor Ed Bighead by his wife Bev and starts swearing that he's next.next. In the end, it turns out that Bev was actually using a trowel to sculpt a bust of Ed and that Ed went missing because he left to have surgery done to remove a wart on his butt.
15th Dec '16 12:48:45 AM Abracadabrantes
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* In most plays and novels derived from the Courier de Lyon case, Dubosq, the spitting image of Joseph Lesurques, shoots Joseph's father Jérôme during the mail coach robbery. It makes for an awkward family reunion when Jérôme later shows up at his granddaughter's wedding... and Jérôme is too intent on preserving the family's honour to outright accuse Joseph.
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