6th Mar: There is an option now on your profile page to use "compact" folders. This works pretty well for phone users and others who like less scrolling.
They're hanging Joe Bean for the one shooting that Joe Bean never did.
A criminal gets away with many crimes before finally getting caught and appropriately punished... for something they didn't actually do. May be the result of a colleague scorned, a variant of Framing the Guilty Party, or just plain bad luck. Often used as an ironic twist in a story featuring a Villain Protagonist: the audience gets to cheer as the protagonist carries off his plans successfully, while the Moral Guardians get an ending in which crime does not pay. Not to be confused with Not Me This Time, which is when an episode of a series features a recurring villain being innocent of a crime they'd usually commit.