The Klingon Empire has asked the Federation to extradite Worf for murder. Worf commanded the Defiant which was guarding a Cardassian convoy offering medical aid to the Pentath colony. The convoy was attacked by the Klingons and in the heat of battle Worf gave the order to fire on a decloaking ship. It was a civilian transport, 441 Klingons died. The Klingon advocate Ch'Pok is trying to prove to admiral T'Lara in a hearing that Worf's bloodlust took over. Ch'Pok has a hidden agenda and he openly admits it. The Klingons see this as the perfect opportunity to gain sympathy and weaken the Federation. Captain Sisko is defending Worf and asks Odo to try to find out why the civilian transport joined the battle. Sisko's defense in the meantime is not going well. With every witness Ch'Pok's reasoning seems more and more plausible. Written by
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More biographical details of Chief O'Brien emerge: By this episode he has been in Starfleet for 22 years, has been in 235 combat situations, and has been decorated 15 times. See more
During Worf's trial, Captain Sisko starts with 4 rank pips on his uniform, but in subsequent shots, only 3 pips are present. (This is not only a continuity error, but a factual error too: Sisko is indeed a captain.) See more
[Ch'Pok has suggested to Sisko to concede Worf's extradition process, so he can defend Worf in a Klingon court
What matters to me is the thrill of the fight, not which side I'm on. And I think we both know, the extradition fight is over.
You're not making this offer out of kindness. You want the Federation to concede, so the convoys will stop, and the Klingons can move in on the Pentath system.
As Humans would say, that would be icing on the cake.
I wouldn't try eating that cake just yet, if I ...
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