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SANDERS: You seem pretty eager, Captain. What did this Maquis raider do?
Sisko: It's not what they did, it's who's in command. Michael Eddington.
SANDERS: Everyone's favorite traitor.
Sisko: Captain, if you don't mind...
SANDERS: You want him in your brig. We'll cut him off, you can grab him. Sanders out.
Kira: The Malinche is moving to intercept.
SISKO: Prepare to target the Maquis ship. I want to disable them but I want them alive.
SISKO: Send a security detachment to the Transporter room. Have them prepared to receive prisoners.
Dax: Captain, Eddington's dropped out of warp.
SISKO: Go to impulse. Raise shields.
KIRA: What is he doing?
DAX: He's changed course. Now he's headed directly for us.
WORF: He has locked his weapons on us.
KIRA: He's no match for the Defiant. Is this some kind of suicide run?
Sisko: Not Eddington, he's up to something. Let's not give him a chance to make his move. Mister Worf, fire phasers.
Lights and panels start to flicker and go dark.
Kira: We've got a massive computer failure. Every computer system is down, and all the backups. We're losing control over everything.
DAX: Weapons, navigation, helm, propulsion.
Sisko: Bridge to Engine room. Commander, get down there. Find out what's going on.
Sisko: Try to route the auxiliary controls through the
A hologram of Eddington appears on the holo-communicator.
Eddington: Before you waste a lot of time running around trying to restore computer control, let me save you some trouble. You can't. You'll find that your memory cores are completely wiped and will have to be reprogrammed, from scratch. These work remarkably well, I'm glad we were able to procure one.
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