History Main / RevealingCoverUp

5th Jun '16 5:15:53 PM eroock
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Instead of having your agent sneak into the embassy to [[SpyCam photograph]] the codebook, you're going to make huge splashy headlines to get everyone looking the other way. Why, with your plan to fake aliens landing and [[FieryCoverup blowing up the embassy]], surely no one will notice a code book gone missing. It would be the ''last'' thing they'd suspect.

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Instead of having your agent sneak into the embassy to [[SpyCam photograph]] photograph the codebook, codebook]], you're going to make huge splashy headlines to get everyone looking the other way. Why, with your plan to fake aliens landing and [[FieryCoverup blowing up the embassy]], surely no one will notice a code book gone missing. It would be the ''last'' thing they'd suspect.
19th May '16 5:09:52 PM nombretomado
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* In one episode of ''MurderSheWrote'', Jessica is shot at while investigating at the behest of the accused's wife, while the accused himself is in jail. She quickly realizes [[spoiler:it was the wife, who was worried Jessica was starting to think her husband might be guilty, and wanted to provide evidence otherwise]].

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* In one episode of ''MurderSheWrote'', ''Series/MurderSheWrote'', Jessica is shot at while investigating at the behest of the accused's wife, while the accused himself is in jail. She quickly realizes [[spoiler:it was the wife, who was worried Jessica was starting to think her husband might be guilty, and wanted to provide evidence otherwise]].
11th May '16 10:23:39 PM foxley
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* ''Literature/JoePickett'': In ''Breaking Point'', Juan Julio Batista's attempts to bring Butch Roberson to justice, including calling in a military drone strike, just clues Joe in to the fact that he is desperate to cover something up.

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* ''Literature/JoePickett'': In ''Breaking Point'', Juan Julio Batista's attempts to bring Butch Roberson to justice, including calling in a military drone strike, are so heavy-handed they just clues clue Joe in to the fact that he is desperate to cover something up.
11th May '16 6:11:40 AM foxley
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* ''Literature/JoePickett'': In ''Breaking Point'', Juan Julio Batista's attempts to bring Butch Roberson to justice, including calling in a military drone strike, just clues Joe in to the fact that he is desperate to cover something up.
2nd May '16 4:06:39 PM eroock
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Instead of having your agent sneak into the embassy to photograph the codebook, you're going to make huge splashy headlines to get everyone looking the other way. Why, with your plan to fake aliens landing and [[FieryCoverup blowing up the embassy]], surely no one will notice a code book gone missing. It would be the ''last'' thing they'd suspect.

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Instead of having your agent sneak into the embassy to photograph [[SpyCam photograph]] the codebook, you're going to make huge splashy headlines to get everyone looking the other way. Why, with your plan to fake aliens landing and [[FieryCoverup blowing up the embassy]], surely no one will notice a code book gone missing. It would be the ''last'' thing they'd suspect.
1st May '16 7:02:02 PM DavidDelony
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* Former U.S. House Speaker Dennis Hastert's sexual abuse scandal came to light after federal investigators looked into his illegally structuring hush money payments to his victim to avoid his bank reporting large transactions to the government as required by law.

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* Former U.S. House Speaker Dennis Hastert's sexual abuse scandal came to light after federal investigators looked into his illegally structuring hush money payments to his victim victims to avoid his bank reporting large transactions to the government as required by law.
1st May '16 6:30:58 PM DavidDelony
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* Former U.S. House Speaker Dennis Hastert's sexual abuse scandal came to light after federal investigators looked into his illegally structuring hush money payments to his victim to avoid his bank reporting large transactions to the government as required by law.
30th Apr '16 8:53:04 AM DaibhidC
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* In the mini-arc in Season 3 of ''Series/{{Eureka}}'' concerning the hidden bunker, everything Eva does to conceal what was down there makes Jack and Alison more suspicious. And in the end she admits there was no reason ''not'' to tell them the truth beyond simple mistrust.
21st Apr '16 6:04:05 AM john_e
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* In John Bude's ''The Lake District Murder'', the victim is found in circumstances that suggest suicide. Once the police establish it was murder, they quickly determine that he was killed in case he might reveal information about a criminal gang he was involved with, whose existence they had not previously suspected.
28th Mar '16 6:26:32 PM DarkHunter
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* The spoiler tags on ThisVeryWiki, whether [[spoiler:they're placed next to incomplete sentences]] or not. [[spoiler:Of course, the idea is to let people know they shouldn't read these parts, but it can't deter curiosity.]]

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* The spoiler tags on ThisVeryWiki, whether [[spoiler:they're placed next to incomplete sentences]] or not. [[spoiler:Of course, the idea is to let people know they shouldn't read these parts, but it can't deter curiosity.]]]] This can get particularly bad on Character pages: if a character has a [[WalkingSpoiler huge amount of spoilered text]] in their examples, you can be pretty sure that there is a major twist of some kind that they are involved in.
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