Re: Janeway in the cases of Quinn and Tuvix
Why not in the intrest of a fair trial? Janeway wasn't exactly impartial in the matter being discussed.
The trial will end up the same as the debate we're having here, inconclusive. Same as "Measure of Man" and "Author, Author". Sonak
is correct in saying this was a no win situation, which it is. What is right or wrong is up to each individual watching.
Yes but in both those instances, the party making the ruling wasn't invested in the outcome.
What Janeway did would be no different if you sat as Judge as someone who had wronged you.
Janeway in her ruling possibly set a dangerous precedent.
On the continent of wild endeavour in the mountains of solace and solitude there stood the citadel of the time lords, the oldest and most mighty race in the universe looking down on the galaxies below sworn never to interfere only to watch.