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Old June 6 2012, 02:14 AM   #34
Rush Limborg
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Re: Star Trek: Our Sacred Honor--A Tale Of Captain Ezri Dax

Well, remember--as L'Haan noted, duplicity or not, this won't have much on a bearing as to whether Ezri herself is guilty/innocent of the charges. As far as galactic politics are concerned, it'll make little difference whom the crew consisted of, if she did violate interstellar law. It may cause a couple charges to be dropped--but it woldn't acquit her of everything.

What would acquit her would be proof that the Breen ship specifically intended to breach the border, head to the colony, etc.

Your theory on the dissidents is most fascinating. I'll take that under consideration for future storylines.

Glad you're contining to enjoy it!
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