All power has been cut and president Jaresh-Inyo finally agreed to Sisko and Leyton's request to put Earth under Martial Law. Starfleet security personnel is roaming the streets of every city. It's been four days since then, but still there's no sign of a Dominion invasion. Joseph Sisko decides to reopen the restaurant. Meanwhile Odo brings a strange security report to the attention of captain Sisko. Apparently Red Squad was demobilized just moments after the power was cut. While the two first think that it was to get them out of harm's way, new evidence pops up. Apparently the entire group of cadets was reassigned to field duty three hours later. Sisko gets very suspicious, especially after a Starfleet member asks him to immediately delete the report. He orders Nog to provide him the name of one of the members of Red Squad to conduct an interview. He doesn't like what the cadet tells him. Written by
Arnoud Tiele (firstname.lastname@example.org)
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Shares a title with the 17th-century English epic poem by John Milton
, describing Man's Fall away from God's Grace in Judeo-Christian theology. The poem has also been quoted in other Star Trek
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[Sisko is interrogating Cadet Shepard
Who told you there wasn't to be a written record?
Briefing officer, sir.
I want that officer's name.
She didn't give us her name, sir. But she did say there would be no record of our actions, and our role would have to go unrecognized, at least for now.
Maybe if you'd done your job better it would have. But you fouled it up, didn't you? You cadets did some sloppy work, some *damn* sloppy work!
Star Trek: Deep Space Nine - Main Title
Written by Dennis McCarthy
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