pseudocide

(redirected from Fake death)

pseu·do·cide

 (so͞o′dō-sīd′)
n.
The act of faking one's suicide or death.

pseudocide

(ˈsjuːdəʊˌsaɪd)
n
the act of faking one’s own death
[C20: from pseudo- + -cide]
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The movie is about two gay friends who orchestrate a fake death and funeral.
In the movie based on a Palanca-winning story, their characters stage a fake death scene.
Summary: Hyderabad (Telangana) [India], November 26 (ANI): A case has been registered against a married couple on Saturday in Hyderabad's Banjara Hills for submitting a fake death certificate and documents to claim an insurance of Rs 1 Crore.
Robert Mardell had been challenged over her "death" and presented a fake death certificate, the Nursing and Midwifery Council was told.
She spoke to the conwoman on the phone for hours on end and swapped hundreds of text messages - only for the troll to fake death the night before Linda was due to visit her in hospital.
In reality, Victor is holding her there and helped arrange her fake death so no one else would find out that he had been her accomplice when it came to framing Adam for a crime he didn't commit, which was the catalyst that eventually ended with Chloe killing him in a cabin explosion.
They organized his fake death and he simply abandoned his cover.
3 Roidar Khan was accused of making two fake death certificates of Hussan Frosha wife of Awal Gul and Muhammad Ihsan son of Mutabar, who are both alive and well.
Frank Manzella, issued a fake death certificate, which cited lobar pneumonia as the cause of death.
Vahanvati also informed the bench that he had got a fake death certificate issued in the name of former Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee in the name of ' exposing' corruption.
Writer Mark Gatiss had plenty of fun creating fake explanations for Sherlock's fake death, with even master showman and illusionist Derren Brown roped in to add to the confusion at the start of this eagerly-awaited comeback episode, The Empty Hearse.
The last series ended with the fake death of the modern-day Sherlock Holmes, played by Benedict Cumberbatch, 36, after the sleuth was wrongly accused of being a serial killer.