Discussion in 'Star Trek: Deep Space Nine' started by The Illusive Man, Aug 5, 2013.
ODO: ...Of a manipulated recording of the offender's voice that would prove his innocence...
MAKBAR: You are out of order, sir!
ODO: ...what else am I supposed to do?!
MAKBAR: You are supposed to respect our judicial procedures. Wouldn't you ask that we respect your rules if we were in your court?
ODO: Which raises my next point, Madame Archon. I would like to move for a change of venue to my court. No crime has been committed against Cardassia. It was in fact committed at a Bajoran space station.
KOVAT: Madame Archon, I am extremely humiliated. I ask to be relieved of this assignment.
MAKBAR: No! Sit down! And you, sir, do not try the patience of the Cardassian people. If this court finds you in contempt, you will discover the punishment very unpleasant.
ODO: I regret I have no teeth to offer your Bureau of Identification.
Makbar: As for new evidence, yes, I fully expected the Federation to come up with remarkable new evidence in an attempt to free Mister O'Brien. I'm sure your experts can create all sorts of evidence to confuse the issues. That may work in your courts, but not here. There will be no new evidence considered. Call the first witness.
Back on DS9, Boone is being interrogated by Sisko and Kira in Sisko's office.
Sisko: Look, we're not after the Maquis, we're just trying to help an innocent man.
Boone: And I'm telling you I don't have any idea what you're talking about.
Kira: People saw you talking to O'Brien just before he left.
Boone: Since when is that a crime? We're old friends from the Rutledge.
Sisko: Doesn't it bother you that an old friend is about to be executed by the Cardassians?
Boone: Of course it does. I wish there were something I could do to help.
KIRA: He has a wife and a five year old daughter.
Sisko: If you're worried we'll turn you over to the Cardassians, I can assure you that we won't.
BOONE: I haven't done anything. I don't have anything to be worried about.
Sisko: Hold him for further questioning.
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