History WMG / COPS

19th Oct '15 4:44:13 AM heretoeditisall
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Simply put, he was brought to trial, but none of the charges would stick, so they had to resort to JusticeByOtherLegalMeans. Was he convicted of tax evasion like Al Capone was. Who can say, reallY?...

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Simply put, he was brought to trial, but none of the charges would stick, so they had to resort to JusticeByOtherLegalMeans. Was he convicted of tax evasion like Al Capone was. Who can say, reallY?...
really?...

[[WMG: The toyless characters were created for the cartoon and weren't Hasbro's property]]
While action figure lines do tend to shy from making females, that never stopped Hasbro from making them in the GI Joe line. But beyond the four female characters, Squeaky also failed to get a toy- and to make matters worse, the cancelled series of the toys also lacked them. It may have been a matter of [=DiC=] studios creating a few characters for the series. Hasbro would've had to pay money to make toys of those characters as they were the property of another company, for a line that was already short-lived and not a huge success. [=DiC=] actually had a major habit of doing this with licensed shows, a problem that still persists with licensing of certain characters or model sheets to this day for various companies.
18th Jun '15 5:46:31 AM tropower
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!!Animated series
[[WMG: Big Boss was eventually brought to justice, but played out in a similar way to Al Capone]]
Simply put, he was brought to trial, but none of the charges would stick, so they had to resort to JusticeByOtherLegalMeans. Was he convicted of tax evasion like Al Capone was. Who can say, reallY?...
2nd Apr '15 6:22:09 PM Munchable
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** And of course, it wouldn't be because the police ARE the good guys in the real world (for the most part).
4th Jan '15 12:08:26 PM MarkLungo
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** And of course, it wouldn't be because the police ARE the good guys in the real world (for the most part)

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** And of course, it wouldn't be because the police ARE the good guys in the real world (for the most part)part).
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26th Oct '14 10:28:48 PM TitoMosquito
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11th Aug '13 5:09:15 AM SeptimusHeap
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** The [[MagicalDatabase Police Computer]] is always right. All arrest warrants really are valid, all stolen cars really are stolen, all expired licenses really have expired.

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** The [[MagicalDatabase [[OmniscientDatabase Police Computer]] is always right. All arrest warrants really are valid, all stolen cars really are stolen, all expired licenses really have expired.
9th May '13 10:41:08 PM gavinwa
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** The [[MagicalDatabase Police Computer]] is always right. All arrest warrants really are valid, all stolen cars really are stolen, all expired licenses really have expired.
16th Dec '11 5:54:29 AM thespecialneedsgroup
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**To be fair, this one's actually TruthInTelevision.
22nd Nov '11 10:50:49 PM AnonymousMcCartneyfan
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* This troper thinks this guess is about half right. It definitely is meant to portray the cops as the good guys, even when they're not, but that probably isn't so much a "conspiracy" as it is the show's creators' personal opinions.
2nd Aug '11 10:08:25 AM TeniBear
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* It's probably more a matter of the show making a lot of money, and not being much of a show if they can't get any [=PDs=] to cooperate.

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* It's probably more a matter of the show making a lot of money, and not being much of a show if they can't get any [=PDs=] to cooperate.cooperate.
** And of course, it wouldn't be because the police ARE the good guys in the real world (for the most part)
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