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9th Jul '17 10:49:03 AM nombretomado
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* Such was the fate of several [[LesCollaborateurs collaborators]] and {{Quisling}}s after the end of WorldWarTwo.

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* Such was the fate of several [[LesCollaborateurs collaborators]] and {{Quisling}}s after the end of WorldWarTwo.UsefulNotes/WorldWarII.
16th Jun '17 7:29:10 PM GirlofMassDeconstruction
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* ''ComicBook/{{Tomboy}}'' stars Addison, the granddaughter of Anthony, who used to masquerade as Justicar, who murdered criminals the law couldn't beat. After her boyfriend's murder, he trains Addi to do the same, and she does, in spectacular fashion.
9th Jun '17 12:21:07 PM infernape612
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-->-- '''Literature/MikeHammer'''. ''I, the Jury'' by Mickey Spillane

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-->-- '''Literature/MikeHammer'''. '''Literature/MikeHammer''', ''I, the Jury'' by Mickey Spillane



* ''Manga/DeathNote'' protagonist Light Yagami initially used the Death Note to carry out such executions. Writing someone's name in it causes that person to, at minimum, suffer a heart attack within a minute. He started with known criminals, but quickly escalates to anyone who gets in his way, even if they're law enforcement.

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* ''Manga/DeathNote'' protagonist Light Yagami initially used uses the Death Note to carry out such executions. Writing someone's name in it causes that person to, at minimum, suffer a heart attack within a minute. He started starts with known criminals, but quickly escalates to anyone who gets in his way, even if they're law enforcement.
18th May '17 7:38:19 PM sgamer82
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18th May '17 7:37:48 PM sgamer82
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* This is [[spoiler: Yuri Petrov aka]] Lunatic's trademark in ''Anime/TigerAndBunny'', and it's what sets him apart from the heroes, who only seek to arrest criminals for points.
* ''Manga/DeathNote'' Kira, at least initially.

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* This is [[spoiler: Yuri Petrov aka]] Lunatic's trademark in ''Anime/TigerAndBunny'', and it's what sets him apart from the heroes, who only seek to arrest criminals for points.
points and fame.
* ''Manga/DeathNote'' Kira, protagonist Light Yagami initially used the Death Note to carry out such executions. Writing someone's name in it causes that person to, at least initially.minimum, suffer a heart attack within a minute. He started with known criminals, but quickly escalates to anyone who gets in his way, even if they're law enforcement.



* Happens to Speedball about halfway through the ComicBook/CivilWar. He survives, though.

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* Happens to Speedball about halfway through the ComicBook/CivilWar.''ComicBook/CivilWar''. He survives, though.
24th Apr '17 4:43:10 PM TheUnknownUploader
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* ''Film/TheBoondockSaints'' ends with the execution of the BigBad, a Mafia boss, ''in the courtroom'' by the [=McManus=] brothers and their long-lost father. They get away with thanks to some inside help from Agent Smecker.

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* ''Film/TheBoondockSaints'' ends with the execution of the BigBad, a Mafia boss, ''in the courtroom'' by the [=McManus=] brothers [[spoiler: and their long-lost father.father]]. They get away with thanks to some inside help from Agent Smecker.
21st Apr '17 10:45:46 AM marcoasalazarm
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** An episode of SVU had the guy's ''own lawyer, after getting him off'', gun him down because he (supposedly) said he would go kill more kids. The lawyer in question believed that the guy was brainwashed by a conservative pundit.

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** An episode of SVU had the guy's ''own lawyer, after getting him off'', gun him down because he (supposedly) said he would go kill more kids. The lawyer in question believed that the guy was brainwashed by a conservative pundit.pundit (and yes, this means he actually managed to sell to the jury that the guy had InsanityDefense from killing kids because they were born from immigrants because the Rush Limbaugh Expy roared about that kind of stuff (in pretty obvious jest). The man confessed to the lawyer of being "just" a murderous racist and thanked him for letting him be free to do this ''right on the court room'').
21st Apr '17 10:14:55 AM CosmicFerret
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* The first episode of the Creator/TelltaleGames series ''LawAndOrder'': ''Legacies'' has one - early in the "Order" segment, a Russian diplomat, whose claim of DiplomaticImpunity is still being determined, is gunned down in the courtroom by the father of the woman he raped and murdered, very narrowly missing Abbie Carmichael. The rest of the game is Michael Cutter's prosecution of the father.

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* The first episode of the Creator/TelltaleGames series ''LawAndOrder'': ''VideoGame/LawAndOrder'': ''Legacies'' has one - early in the "Order" segment, a Russian diplomat, whose claim of DiplomaticImpunity is still being determined, is gunned down in the courtroom by the father of the woman he raped and murdered, very narrowly missing Abbie Carmichael. The rest of the game is Michael Cutter's prosecution of the father.
12th Mar '17 6:59:36 PM dmcreif
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* ''Series/Daredevil2015'': Karen Page shoots James Wesley to death with his own gun when he tries to scare her into backing off of Wilson Fisk. Before firing, she heavily implies that she may have done something like this in the past:
-->'''James Wesley:''' [[FacingTheBulletsOneLiner Come on.]] [[TooDumbToLive Do you really think I would put a loaded gun on the table where you could reach it?]]
-->'''Karen Page:''' I don't know. ''[pulls back the hammer]'' [[PreMortemOneLiner Do you really think this is the first time I've shot someone?]]
25th Feb '17 2:02:36 PM nombretomado
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* In the ''Literature/DaleBrown'' novel ''Wings of Fire'', Chris Wohl kills [[spoiler: Pavel Kazakov]], who MightAsWellNotBeInPrisonAtAll.
* In DaleBrown's ''Shadow Command'' Patrick [=McLanahan=] kills [[spoiler: Russian president Leonid Zevitin]], who for obvious reasons would not be prosecuted, face-to-face.

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* In the ''Literature/DaleBrown'' Creator/DaleBrown novel ''Wings of Fire'', Chris Wohl kills [[spoiler: Pavel Kazakov]], who MightAsWellNotBeInPrisonAtAll.
* In DaleBrown's Creator/DaleBrown's ''Shadow Command'' Patrick [=McLanahan=] kills [[spoiler: Russian president Leonid Zevitin]], who for obvious reasons would not be prosecuted, face-to-face.
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