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9th Dec '16 7:34:37 PM iroanxi
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* ''FanFic/ThisBites'': Played with. Water 7 being on fire is mostly Cross's fault, but part of it was actually Franky's doing from a few years back.
23rd Nov '16 5:20:54 PM KeithM
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* During UsefulNotes/WorldWarII, an infamous event called [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Katyn_massacre the Katyn Massacre]] occurred. The Soviets and the Allies claimed that UsefulNotes/NaziGermany committed the Massacre, while Germany said that the SovietUnion was responsible for the atrocity. The SovietUnion even tried to condemn Germany for the Katyn Massacre during the Nuremberg Trials in 1945 (it didn't work because evidence was mounting from German records and witnesses that they had, legitimately, stumbled on the crime site instead of having caused it). Records released after [[TheGreatPoliticsMessUp the Soviet Union collapsed]] finally confirmed that, for once, Nazi Germany was innocent of that war crime, and it was in fact the Soviets who did it.

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* During UsefulNotes/WorldWarII, an infamous event called [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Katyn_massacre the Katyn Massacre]] occurred. The Soviets and the Allies claimed that UsefulNotes/NaziGermany committed the Massacre, while Germany said that the SovietUnion was responsible for the atrocity. The SovietUnion even tried to condemn Germany for the Katyn Massacre during the Nuremberg Trials in 1945 (it 1945. It didn't work because evidence was mounting from German records and witnesses that they had, legitimately, stumbled on the crime site instead of having caused it).it, and in the years after the war most Western historians took it as a fact the Soviets did it. Records released after [[TheGreatPoliticsMessUp the Soviet Union collapsed]] finally confirmed that, for once, Nazi Germany was innocent of that war crime, and it was in fact the Soviets who did it.
23rd Nov '16 5:17:32 PM KeithM
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* During UsefulNotes/WorldWarII, an infamous event called [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Katyn_massacre the Katyn Massacre]] occurred. The Soviets and the Allies claimed that UsefulNotes/NaziGermany committed the Massacre, while Germany said that the SovietUnion was responsible for the atrocity. SovietUnion even tried to condemn Germany for the Katyn Massacre during the Nuremberg Trials in 1945 (it didn't work). Records released after [[TheGreatPoliticsMessUp the Soviet Union collapsed]] eventually revealed that, for once, Germany was innocent of that war crime, and it was in fact the Soviets who did it.

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* During UsefulNotes/WorldWarII, an infamous event called [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Katyn_massacre the Katyn Massacre]] occurred. The Soviets and the Allies claimed that UsefulNotes/NaziGermany committed the Massacre, while Germany said that the SovietUnion was responsible for the atrocity. The SovietUnion even tried to condemn Germany for the Katyn Massacre during the Nuremberg Trials in 1945 (it didn't work). work because evidence was mounting from German records and witnesses that they had, legitimately, stumbled on the crime site instead of having caused it). Records released after [[TheGreatPoliticsMessUp the Soviet Union collapsed]] eventually revealed finally confirmed that, for once, Nazi Germany was innocent of that war crime, and it was in fact the Soviets who did it.
12th Oct '16 1:18:00 PM ChaoticNovelist
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Of course, since this is a series with a recurring Big Bad, our heroes may feel perfectly justified in going after the usual suspects. This trope refers to such scenes, in which our regular villain is forced to inform the protagonists that this installment's plot is not his or her doing. This may or may not be believed at first, but after the villain's innocence is established, expect him to curtly dismiss the heroes.

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Of course, since this is a series with a recurring Big Bad, our heroes may feel perfectly justified in going after the usual suspects. This trope refers to such scenes, in which our regular villain is forced to inform the protagonists that this installment's plot EvilPlan is not his or her doing. This may or may not be believed at first, but after the villain's innocence is established, expect him to curtly dismiss the heroes.
13th Aug '16 9:59:52 PM Terran117
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* Amid a series of ISIS sponsered Jihadist terrorist attacks in Europe in the 2015-2016 years, [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2016_Munich_shooting a shooting occurred in]] Munich, Germany. The attacker was Iranian who was alleged to have yelled "God is Great" or "Allahu Ackbar", a sort of battle cry Jihadists utilize, prompting people to declare it another ISIS attack as a knee jerk reaction. It was soon discovered however, that this claim was unfounded as the shooter had no links to ISIS and his particular brand of far-right politics were in fact a twisted form of European ultra nationalism rather than Islamic fundamentalism. The shooter had looked up to Norwegian right wing terrorist and mass shooter Anders Brevik for inspiration, his victims were mostly foreigners (many of whom were Muslim), and he was yelling to onlookers that he was German. The fact that Iranians area mostly Shia who oppose Sunni ISIS was a bit of a give away to this trope. However, since ISIS had been committing so many attacks as of late and the fact that the Sunni/Shia divide is not particularly well known in the west, it took a while for people to figure out it wasn't an ISIS terrorist attack.
31st Jul '16 3:05:34 PM Skybrigadier
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* ''Fanfic/CorrinReacts'': Niles, Corrin and Kana all deny spiking the wine at the party in Castle Krakenburg. It turns out to be Orochi, who was attempting to prove herself a superior potionmaster to Hayato.
17th Jul '16 8:56:36 AM SteveMB
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Also see VillainsOutShopping, which might explain the villain's innocence. Compare MotiveMisidentification, where the Big Bad is responsible, but for different reasons than the heroes initially suspect. Contrast HijackedByGanon, where it seems like a new villain is at fault but the Big Bad is revealed to be pulling the strings.

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Also see VillainsOutShopping, which might explain the villain's innocence. Compare MotiveMisidentification, where the Big Bad is responsible, but for different reasons than the heroes initially suspect. Contrast HijackedByGanon, where it seems like a new villain is at fault but the Big Bad is revealed to be pulling the strings.
strings. May overlap with CardCarryingVillain and/or VillainsNeverLie if the heroes believe the story because it would be out of character for the villain to deny his crimes rather than boast about them.
28th May '16 6:50:23 PM nombretomado
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* 2011, the infamous PlayStation Network hack. Anonymous, known for their acts of internet activism/vandalism, came out with a statement titled "For Once We Didn't Do It".

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* 2011, the infamous PlayStation Network UsefulNotes/PlayStationNetwork hack. Anonymous, known for their acts of internet activism/vandalism, came out with a statement titled "For Once We Didn't Do It".
21st May '16 9:10:10 AM IndirectActiveTransport
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* While in Wrestling/RingOfHonor, Wrestling/{{Raven}} wooed and recruited Trinity to humiliate and beat down Wrestling/CMPunk, who responded by calling on his girlfriend [[Wrestling/DaffneyUnger Lucy]] to do the same to Raven before fulfilling his obligations to Wrestling/ProWrestlingZero1. When Punk returned from Japan, he found Lucy had been attacked and a calling card eerily similar to that used by Raven's Nest, but he was proven innocent, as it was actually the mark of the Prophecy, which lead to Punk leading the Second City Saints after the group's leader Wrestling/ChritopherDaniels, who still wasn't the culprit. It was new recruit BJ Whitmer.

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* While in Wrestling/RingOfHonor, Wrestling/{{Raven}} wooed and recruited Trinity to humiliate and beat down Wrestling/CMPunk, who responded by calling on his girlfriend [[Wrestling/DaffneyUnger Lucy]] to do the same to Raven before fulfilling his obligations to Wrestling/ProWrestlingZero1. When Punk returned from Japan, he found Lucy had been attacked and a calling card eerily similar to that used by Raven's Nest, but he was proven innocent, as it was actually the mark of the Prophecy, which lead to Punk leading the Second City Saints after the group's leader Wrestling/ChritopherDaniels, Wrestling/ChristopherDaniels, who still wasn't the culprit. It was new recruit BJ Whitmer.
21st May '16 9:09:45 AM IndirectActiveTransport
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* While in Wrestling/RingOfHonor, Wrestling/{{Raven}} wooed and recruited Trinity to humiliate and beat down Wrestling/CMPunk, who responded by calling on his girlfriend [[Wrestling/DaffneyUnger Lucy]] to do the same to Raven before fulfilling his obligations to Wrestling/ProWrestlingZero1. When Punk returned from Japan, he found Lucy had been attacked and a calling card eerily similar to that used by Raven's Nest, but he was proven innocent, as it was actually the mark of the Prophecy, which lead to Punk leading the Second City Saints after the group's leader Wrestling/ChritopherDaniels, who still wasn't the culprit. It was new recruit BJ Whitmer.
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