Re: Janeway's Decision to Kill Tuvix
If it's really just a numbers "game", then it's ironic that Janeway, who pushed so hard to uphold Starfleet ideals (most of the time), would be so willing to look the other way at a time when executing a sentient being was involved.
Though it would have been hilarious if she threw this in the faces of those who encouraged her to show more flexibility.
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