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Old May 7 2013, 11:05 PM   #675
cabby
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Re: Janeway's Decision to Kill Tuvix

Mr. Laser Beam wrote: View Post
Dream wrote: View Post
it was murder. Janeway took Tuvix's life away without his consent.
His consent is not required. Tuvix is still a member of the crew, and wanted to be treated as such. There are many instances where a military commander may order a subordinate to sacrifice his or her own life. Consent is not required.

cabby wrote: View Post
So if Janeway orders a crewmember to fire photon torpedos at a school bus of innocent children he has to follow orders?
No, because that would clearly be an illegal order.
So officers DO NOT have a duty to follow ALL orders which are given to them as stated above.

So explain to me how arbitrarily ordering a crew-member to their death in a non-emergency situation is legal.
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