Possibly Tarses is an enlisted man not from Star Fleet Accademy, he will probably be court-martialed, placed under "house Arrest" and allowed only in the medical Lab in an emergency for a number of years. Star Fleet has shown that it can be tolerant in potential court-martial cases-such as tolerating Mr. Spock removing Captain CHristopher Pike to Talos IV-despite the "Death Penealty" on the books for even visting this "forbidden Planet"; or allowing a promising young "Nova Squadron" Academy leader to be expelled than face manslaughter charges when a stunt casues the death of one of his classmate; or even engaging in cloaking technology-forbidden by treaty; or even having a secret Section 31! -- unsigned
- It seems absolutely plausible, you've made a good case, even though I don't understand some of your grammar and wonder what relevance some of these statements have.
- Is there any point to your comments, possibly suggestions for additions to the article? -- Captain M.K.B. 18:16, 21 February 2007 (UTC)
Only that concealing one's past on a Star Fleet application while serious would not be the only grounds for dismissal from "the Service"-these examples show that Star Fleet can be very tolerant in cases which would call for the death penealty; prision time for the following series crimes: manslaugther and engaging in forbidden technology; even tolerating a Gestapo like secret "police" which engauges in assisination and espionage-which are against the spirit of the UFP Charter. -- unsigned
- I guess you have a point there -- but does that have anything to do with this article? I don't think there's anything you've written that we could add -- the article is complete as it is. -- Captain M.K.B. 19:51, 21 February 2007 (UTC)
- By the way, there's no "possibly" about Tarses being enlisted. He directly stated that he didnt attend officer's traiing at the academy. -- Captain M.K.B. 22:43, 22 February 2007 (UTC)