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26th Jul '16 9:28:23 PM Willbyr
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* ''Manga/GhostTalkersDaydream'': A cabbie named Shigeura picked up a female passenger after hours, and took her to Inbanuma, with the intent to rape her. But he couldn't go through with it, so he called his friend (and co-worker), Muraoka, for advice about what to do with her. To his horror, Muraoka raped, beat, and eventually strangled her in the backseat of Shigeura's cab, despite his pleas to let the girl go. Which leads to Shigeura speeding off in a panic and [[DrivenToSuicide committing suicide]], later, at his home. When Misaki learns of this, she uses herself as bait to lure Muraoka back to Inbanuma, so [[http://www.mangapark.com/manga/ghost-talker-s-daydream/v3/c8/3-19 their deceased spirits]] could exact [[http://www.mangapark.com/manga/ghost-talker-s-daydream/v3/c8/3-20 karmic justice.]]

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* ''Manga/GhostTalkersDaydream'': A cabbie named Shigeura picked up a female passenger after hours, and took her to Inbanuma, with the intent to rape her. But he couldn't go through with it, so he called his friend (and co-worker), Muraoka, for advice about what to do with her. To his horror, Muraoka raped, beat, and eventually strangled her in the backseat of Shigeura's cab, despite his pleas to let the girl go. Which leads to Shigeura speeding off in a panic and [[DrivenToSuicide committing suicide]], later, at his home. When Misaki learns of this, she uses herself as bait to lure Muraoka back to Inbanuma, so [[http://www.mangapark.com/manga/ghost-talker-s-daydream/v3/c8/3-19 their deceased spirits]] spirits could exact [[http://www.mangapark.com/manga/ghost-talker-s-daydream/v3/c8/3-20 karmic justice.]]
17th Jul '16 6:53:26 PM foxley
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* ''ComicBook/RobynHood'': Robyn returns to find the man that raped her, first killing his two best friends and then seemingly killing his father before confronting him. He shocks her by revealing that he had even forgotten who she was and that him raping her was not even worth remembering. She drags him outside and kills him as well. When leaving she confronts two police officers and attacks them, but realizes although they were complicit in her rape that they are not exactly guilty either. Instead she gets them to call the sheriff in for backup who was partially responsible for a lack of justice in her case. She kills him and then leaves.
22nd Jun '16 9:50:10 PM FlakyPorcupine
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* The ''Frances the Mute'' album by Music/TheMarsVolta.
27th May '16 1:00:05 PM eliaskelham
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** It should be noted, though, that the instance of her being raped by Bjurman is very different from ordinary examples of this trope, in that the rape and revenge acts more as an EstablishingCharacterMoment for Lisbeth than a storyline in itself. It has no relation to the main plot, and serves little purpose beyond establishing her as a character that you ''really'' do not want to provoke, and showing how mentally resilient she is by [[AngstWhatAngst her ability to completely move on from it once she's taken revenge]]. There is also a notable subversion of this trope in [[spoiler:Harriet Vanger]], who only acts in self-defense against her original rapist and flees from the second one rather than kill him, for which Lisbeth holds her in considerable contempt.

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** It should be noted, though, that the instance of her being raped by Bjurman is very different from ordinary examples of this trope, in that the rape and revenge acts more as an EstablishingCharacterMoment for Lisbeth than a storyline in itself. It has no relation to the main plot, plot (though Bjurman's attempt at revenge helps drive the plot of the sequel), and serves little purpose beyond establishing her as a character that you ''really'' do not want to provoke, and showing how mentally resilient she is by [[AngstWhatAngst her ability to completely move on from it once she's taken revenge]]. There is also a notable subversion of this trope in [[spoiler:Harriet Vanger]], who only acts in self-defense against her original rapist and flees from the second one rather than kill him, for which Lisbeth holds her in considerable contempt.
14th May '16 11:39:45 PM foxley
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* ''Literature/JoePickett'': What is ultimately revealed to be the motive behind the ApparentlyUnrelatedMurders in ''Blood Trail''.
5th May '16 7:22:13 PM aye_amber
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* "Hate" by MachinaeSupremacy.

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* "Hate" by MachinaeSupremacy.Music/MachinaeSupremacy.
20th Apr '16 1:48:10 AM aye_amber
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* And "Crow Jane" by NickCave and the Bad Seeds (several times over).

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* And "Crow Jane" by NickCave Music/NickCave and the Bad Seeds (several times over).
5th Apr '16 11:06:35 AM Mhazard
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For rape ''as'' revenge see KarmicRape.
19th Feb '16 5:18:13 AM luiz4200
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* ''Series/{{Shark}}'': One episode features a murder case where the victim had raped the killer's daughter. Prosecutor Sebastian Stark agrees to a plea bargain because he neither hopes to convince the jury to give a harsh punishment nor he ''wants'' to.
1st Feb '16 4:26:34 PM chicagomel
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* ''{{Series/CSI NY}}'' had an episode with a woman who started dealing out vigilante justice after her attacker walked free. She killed him first, then a couple of others.
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