Re: Did Picard make the right decision with the Son'a/Baku
Yes but if the Ba'ku settled on that world before the Klingons claimed that space they aren't tresspassers. If you are going down the line that the planet was never theirs to begin with. It would be more like squatting, and after several hundred years if the Federation regonised it adverse possesion might come in to play.
Or in simple terms because no one had objected to the Ba'ku presence for centuries, the KE and UFP let their claim to the planet lapse. And soverignity of the planet passed to the Ba'ku.
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.