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* DomesticAbuser: Tara alludes to him being 'violent' hence the reason she left him.

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* DomesticAbuser: DomesticAbuse: Tara alludes to him being 'violent' hence the reason she left him.


* AintTooProudToBeg: He begs Tara to call and ambulance and not let him bleed out after she shoots him.

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* AintTooProudToBeg: He begs Tara to call and an ambulance and not let him bleed out after she shoots him.


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* EvilCannotComprehendGood: [[ClassicalAntiHero For a certain value of "good", anyway]]. She meets her downfall at the end of Season 3 because she assumes that Jax is just as [[ItsAllAboutMe selfish]] and [[ChronicBackstabbingDisorder deceitful]] as she is. When Jax seemingly makes a deal with her behind SAMCRO's back, she's all too happy to out him as a rat to the rest of the club, assuming that they'll disown him. She never considers the possibility that [[UnspokenPlanGuarantee Jax's friends were in on his plan all along]], and that they were always planning to double-cross her.


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!!Agent June Stahl

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* DepravedBisexual: She seemed to use sex as a way of controlling Hale, and just how much, if at all, she really cared about Agent Tyler is pretty debatable.



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!!Agent Joshua Kohn

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[[folder:Tyler]]
!!Agent Amy Tyler

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* EvenEvilHasStandards: When Unser tells her that Ethan Zobelle (who can't be touched by the ATF) had Gemma beaten and gang-raped, she is more than happy tell him and the club that Zobelle is an FBI informant.

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* EvenEvilHasStandards: When Unser tells her that Ethan Zobelle (who can't be touched by the ATF) had Gemma beaten and gang-raped, she is more than happy tell him and the club Unser to tell SAMCRO that Zobelle is an FBI informant.

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* EvenEvilHasStandards: When Unser tells her that Ethan Zobelle (who can't be touched by the ATF) had Gemma beaten and gang-raped, she is more than happy tell him and the club that Zobelle is an FBI informant.


* Frameup: A favorite tactic of hers:

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* Frameup: {{Frameup}}: A favorite tactic of hers:



** At the end of Season 2, she frames Gemma for the murders of Polly Zobelle and Edmond Hayes, when in fact she shot Edmond in the back and Polly was killed in self-defense. This leads to Gemma running to Oregon, and a distraught Cameron Hayes kidnapping Abel and killing Half-Sack, setting off the events of Season 3.

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** At the end of Season 2, she frames Gemma for the murders of Polly Zobelle and Edmond Hayes, when in fact she it was Stahl who shot Edmond in the back and Polly was killed in self-defense. self-defense by Gemma. This leads to Gemma running to Oregon, going on the lam, and a distraught Cameron Hayes kidnapping Abel and killing Half-Sack, setting off the events of Season 3.

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* Frameup: A favorite tactic of hers:
** At the end of Season 1, she frames Opie as a rat, causing Clay to order Tig to kill him, only to kill Donna instead.
** At the end of Season 2, she frames Gemma for the murders of Polly Zobelle and Edmond Hayes, when in fact she shot Edmond in the back and Polly was killed in self-defense. This leads to Gemma running to Oregon, and a distraught Cameron Hayes kidnapping Abel and killing Half-Sack, setting off the events of Season 3.
** At the end of Season 3, after she is outsmarted by SAMCRO, she murders Amy Tyler, her own partner and lover, in order to pin the Polly/Edmond incident on her.
** Spilling the beans on Jax's deal is a case of FramingTheGuiltyParty, [[EverybodyKnewAlready or so she thought.]]


* AmbitionIsEvil: She only wants to bring down SAMCRO because of how it will look on her record. Her actions to do so get more corrupt and cold-blooded before she is finally killed by Opie.



* HeroAntagonist: In Season 1 only, when her motives were firmly to do with fulfilling her job.
%%* {{Jerkass}}

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* HeroAntagonist: In Season 1 only, when her motives were firmly to do with fulfilling her job.
%%* {{Jerkass}}
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* ItsAllAboutMe: She has complete lack of empathy for anyone but herself. Everyone else she uses and dismisses after she is done.
* {{Jerkass}} Treats everyone around her, both criminal and law enforcement alike, with arrogant disrespect.



%%* ManipulativeBitch

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%%* ManipulativeBitch* ManipulativeBitch: Does this throughout her appearance. Especially when it comes to making promises and deals she doesn't honor.



%%* SanitySlippage
%%* SmugSnake

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%%* SanitySlippage
%%* SmugSnake
* SanitySlippage: Starts to lose it, when she discovers that Jax is a lot more clever than she thought.
* SmugSnake: Most of her dialog is her making smart remarks and using lots of sarcasm.
* TheSociopath: Proves to be a law enforcement example of his. Stahl cares about no one but herself, as evidenced when she begs for mercy when her life is in danger, but doesn't care about anyone else life. Even when Donna is killed, her regret is that it could comeback on her. And like most sociopaths, she doesn't hesitate to kill, if doing so will benefit her agenda.

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* ExtremeDoormat: Stahl mistreats her is almost every scene they are in together, and she doesn't once standup for herself.


[[caption-width-right:350:''"I am offering you a bigger picture."'']]

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[[caption-width-right:350:''"I am offering you a bigger picture.[[caption-width-right:350:''"I'm gonna bury these assholes."'']]


%%* DeadpanSnarker

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%%* DeadpanSnarker* DeadpanSnarker: Stahl is a major source of snark due to her dry, sardonic sense of humor.

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* DomesticAbuser: Tara alludes to him being 'violent' hence the reason she left him.

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