Discussion in 'Star Trek: Enterprise' started by CoveTom, Sep 26, 2011.
T'POL: You have other suspects?
ARCHER: I've never heard of that species.
T'POL: Actually, they're a small group of Vulcans. They follow a corrupted form of Surak's teachings.
ARCHER: Surak I've heard of. He's the father of Vulcan logic.
V'LAS: Even after eighteen hundred years, we consider him the most important Vulcan who ever lived.
ARCHER: So why would these Syrrannites want to attack our embassy? It's hardly an act of logic.
SOVAL: They've been vocal about their opposition to government, but always peaceful.
STEL: Over the past year their leader, a dissident named Syrran, has become a dangerous zealot.
V'LAS: Captain, I trust you to keep this matter confidential. We don't share it lightly. But recently, on our world, there have been instances of violence against non-Vulcans. Though we have no conclusive proof, there are signs that Syrrannites might be responsible.
ARCHER: Is there any evidence connecting Syrrannites to the bombing?
SOVAL: Your embassy is officially considered to be on Earth soil. We've preserved the site for you to investigate.
V'LAS: If evidence is there, the Chief Investigator and I feel confident you'll find it.
ARCHER: I intend to.
[United Earth Embassy]
TRAVIS: Lieutenant, here's the junction room.
^^ [Travis has another line as he and Malcolm search the wreckage...]
Travis (continued): Schematics say the secondary security bank's right in there.
REED: Still in one piece.
TRAVIS: There's a weak power signature under this mess.
REED: It's probably an emergency light running on batteries. Well, there's something here. Some kind of surveillance recorder.
(Travis lifts a piece of debris to reveal a device)
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