Re: Did Picard make the right decision with the Son'a/Baku
But you seemingly have no problems to find excuses for murder.
By the way, Dougherty and Picard both agreed that the Sona are untrustworthy. But unlike Picard Dougherty erred and thought he could handle them nonetheless. So there you have the noble intentions of the Sona. Not that intentions matters. Actions do.
The illegal we do immediately; the unconstitutional takes a little longer. - former US Secretary of State and unconvicted war criminal Henry Kissinger