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An image of John F. Kennedy captioned "THE TRUTH". (PROSE: Who Am I? [+]Loading...["Who Am I? (feature)"])
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The truth was information that was true.


In March 2005, Staff Sergeant A. Frederick told other UNIT officers on a secure operations board that, following Operation Mannequin, that "simple truth acknowledgement and standard position [was] maintained". (PROSE: Operation Mannequin [+]Loading...["Operation Mannequin (short story)"])

At the same time, Mickey Smith took over the Who is Doctor Who? website to prove the truth about the Doctor to the world. (PROSE: The Doctor Was Involved in the Dummy Massacre [+]Loading...["The Doctor Was Involved in the Dummy Massacre (short story)"]) A tribute for Clive was put up on the website where it was mentioned Clive had many dreams and hopes of uncovering the truth. (PROSE: Dummy Massacre [+]Loading...["Dummy Massacre (short story)"]) Around a week later, Mickey wrote more about his undertaking to prove the truth to the world, about how he had assumed Clive's mantle and how the truth was too uncomfortable and scary for most people to handle, hence their willingness to forget. (PROSE: The Doctor Was Involved in the Dummy Massacre [+]Loading...["The Doctor Was Involved in the Dummy Massacre (short story)"])

After the Slitheen craft crashed into the River Thames on 6 March 2006, Mickey, (TV: Aliens of London [+]Loading...["Aliens of London (TV story)"]) going by "Mx", wanted Rose Tyler to tell everyone the truth about the Doctor, given his own efforts to uncover information about the Doctor weren't truly successful despite his best efforts. (PROSE: Alien landing confirmed [+]Loading...["Alien landing confirmed (short story)"])

When Mickey shared the passwords to the UNIT website to the readers of his website a couple of days later, he told them to "nose around" to find "hair-raising" truths about how the Slitheen weren't the first aliens mankind has met which UNIT had dealt with. (PROSE: Hoax This! [+]Loading...["Hoax This! (short story)"])

During the Sycorax invasion of Earth on 25 December 2006, (TV: The Christmas Invasion [+]Loading...["The Christmas Invasion (TV story)"]) Sgt A Frederick believed that UNIT should only tell the press "as much of the truth as they can handle." (PROSE: Project Rooftop [+]Loading...["Project Rooftop (short story)"])

In 2007, David R, a conspiracy theorist, had a picture of John F. Kennedy on his Cheapserve profile, with the words "the truth" on it. (PROSE: Who Am I? [+]Loading...["Who Am I? (feature)"])

In around mid-2010, George Thompson believed that he knew the truth about his elderly neighbour Mrs Rossiter — that she was really a witch. (PROSE: My Special Book [+]Loading...["My Special Book (short story)"]) She was not a witch. (TV: Night Terrors [+]Loading...["Night Terrors (TV story)"])

In the "Shadow World", the Veritas contained a truth so powerful those who knew it committed suicide; (TV: Extremis [+]Loading...["Extremis (TV story)"]) this truth was that everyone and everything was a simulation. The Veritas only existed in this simulation, however, one source posited that it may potentially exist in the real universe too. (PROSE: "Earth" [+]Part of Whotopia: The Ultimate Guide to the Whoniverse, Loading...{"namedpart":"Earth","1":"Whotopia: The Ultimate Guide to the Whoniverse (reference book)"})