Re: Janeway's Decision to Kill Tuvix
Yes, but in order to restore Neelix and Tuvok you had to murder another sentient being.
And haven't we already discussed TNG's "Measure of a Man" which established that Data (and by extension other beings) have the right to determine their own path.
Tuvix had the right to live, It wasn't Janeway's life to take. Accidents happen.
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