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Old October 11 2013, 05:54 PM   #16
Dale Sams
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Re: Classic Trek Wrongful Death Lawsuits

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I always got the impression that Kirk didn't try to hard to talk Commodore Decker out of that suicide mission. He spouted a few cliches half heartedly and just let Decker kill himself. Clearly, Decker was not of his right mind after having lost his crew. There's no way he should've been cleared to leave sickbay.
He never got to sickbay.
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