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: You swear well, Picard. You must have Klingon blood in your veins.
: [on the E-band emissions
] Who sent these signals? A cloaked Romulan ship? Lt. Commander Data
: No, sir. That is not possible. The signals had to be transmitted within close proximity to the VISOR. Captain Jean-Luc Picard
: Are you suggesting that there was a Romulan accomplice in close proximity to Mr. La Forge when he was receiving the signals? Lt. Commander Data
: Yes, sir, I am. Governor Vagh
: This Romulan accomplice - who is he? Lt. Commander Data
: I have narrowed the list of possibilities to two people - the only two people who were with Commander La Forge all three times a transmission was recorded: Captain Picard, and Ambassador Kell. One of them may be concealing an E-band transmitter. If they would agree to be searched... Ambassador Kell
: I am a Klingon! An emissary of the High Council. I will not submit to being searched by you or anyone else on this ship. Governor Vagh
: I am forced to agree, Captain. We will take the Ambassador with us, and search him ourselves. Ambassador Kell
: [slightly panicking
] Captain, I believe it to be in all our best interests if I remain aboard. I formally request asylum. Captain Jean-Luc Picard
: I will certainly grant you asylum - when you have been absolved of this crime.
Lt. Commander Data
: I have surmised that Commander La Forge was conditioned by Romulans, a process referred to historically - and somewhat inaccurately - as "brainwashing". Governor Vagh
: But to what end? Why would the Romulans want to kill me? Captain Jean-Luc Picard
: The Romulans have always wanted to destroy the alliance between the Federation and the Klingons. If Mr. La Forge had killed you, Governor, I think you would agree, they might have succeeded.