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Date Posted: 21:43:14 02/22/07 Thu
Author: p
Subject: I think that's one of the problems
In reply to: Meg 's message, "Your comment about "bending to a lowly Lieutenant" I think pretty much summed up the Captain's attitude. The kid had an attitude and was an insufferable pain in the rear end. But...(inside)" on 22:28:44 01/19/07 Fri

The SecNac's son had a dislike of authority. His first instinct is to rebel against it.

The issue of the apology was, is it important to be right or do something you truly love.

The LT had to be right.

One of the thingd I learned in the service was CO come and go, all you have to do is wait them out. They will be gone soon enough.

As for the Captain, his career is over. He won't move up in the ranks or get better assignments.

That should have been pointed out to the Lt.

As for Mac's advice, she was wrong. As much as I agree it should have been one man's character vs another, the judge wasn't going to let it happen.

Serbing had decided it was going to be about the order, not whether or not the captain had the right to test his junior officer.

I personnally believe that once Harm got the Captain to admit what he had done, the Lt should have been found not guilty.

I would also like to say it was probably the worse written trial. The enlisted people weren't willing to testify.

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