Case 1.15: Jetrel
Voyager goes all-in on debating the ethics of atrocity in times of war, and Neelix is the unlikely rhetorical centerpiece. The members of Judge Later’s court must decide if the writers go too far (or perhaps not far enough) in exploring one of the darkest moments in human history. Also: Janeway will still let anyone on the ship. Is it OK for Star Trek to be joyless when the subject matter warrants? Can Neelix find it in his heart to forgive? SHOULD he forgive? Do Talaxians even have hearts? Is “Jetrel” good… or is it garbage?