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General > Spotlight Search >
then un-click iMessage
so that way it won't ever show up again.

1. If you only don't want deleted messages to show up in a search then turn off Messages in Spotlight Search.

2. If you want the messages physically removed, a quick Google search found that syncing with iTunes removes deleted messages (I haven't tried this).

3. Don't forget messages are backed up in iTunes so that also needs to be considered.

4. iCloud backups ???

5. The person you're messaging with may have copies

6. And there are probably more...

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