Discussion in 'Star Trek: Deep Space Nine' started by LeadHead, Aug 5, 2013.
ODO: Have you had any dealings with the Maquis?
O'BRIEN: Dealings? No. I'm not sure what you mean-
ODO: Do you know anybody in the Maquis?
ODO: Ever supplied any of them with weapons?
O'BRIEN: No! Are you here to interrogate me, Constable? Is anybody ever going to tell me what I'm supposed to have done?
ODO: Commander Sisko informed me a few hours ago that twenty-four photon warheads are missing from the station... we believe they may have been in your runabout's cargo bay... intended for the Maquis...
O'Brien: The Cardassians did find something in the hold, it's true.
O'BRIEN: The Cardassians did find something in the hold, it's true.
ODO: But you know nothing about it.
ODO: And you didn't transport them out of Weapons Locker Four just before you left the station?
ODO: Were you in Weapons Locker Four before you left the station?
ODO: Then why does the log say you were? Why is it your voice releasing the security lock?
O'BRIEN: My voice?
O'BRIEN (Cont..d): Look, Constable... you don't know me very well... But I... I... I've been in service to the Federation... to Starfleet... all of my adult life. No one's ever questioned my loyalty before. No one... in my entire life has ever had cause to ask: "Miles O'Brien, are you a criminal?" I took an oath to defend the Federation and what it stands for. I don't steal from them. I don't lie to them. I'm no angel, but I try to live every day as the best human being I know how to be. I need my little girl to look up at me when she wakes up in the morning and see a man she can respect. Until now, she always could.
ODO: Being accused of a crime is not a disgrace, Chief. Some of the great figures of history have shared the honor with you.
O'BRIEN: I didn't figure on dying a martyr.
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