So I looked through a bunch of tropes looking for ones that were related to the concepts covered in this trope.
For The Coverup Reveals the Crime, there is Streisand Effect
, where an attempt to suppress a piece of information only makes it more popular.
For Commit a loud crime to draw attention away from your real one, there is Cacophony Cover-Up
, where you hide a loud noise with an even louder one (loud music to drown out a victim's screams), and also Infraction Distraction
where you commit a small infraction to explain your suspicious behavior and hide your bigger one (get a porn stash to explain your security measures and draw attention away from your Death Note).
My suggestion is that we re-write Revealing Cover-Up
to mean the coverup reveals the crime, noting that it is a supertrope of the Streisand Effect
, while launching a second trope under a name like Decoy Crime
to cover situations where someone makes a big mess to draw attention away from their real crime.