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第139話「非情の捜査線」
Honor Among Thieves

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Flith:Raimus isn't going to be happy about this.
Krole:What are you going to do?
Bilby:I don't know.
Don't you mean what are we going to do?
Krole:Raimus told you to get the merchandise.
Bilby:I'll figure something out.
Flith:You'd better.
Bilby:I said I'll figure it out.
I'm hungry.
Flith:Let's have Krellan food.
Bilby:No. Last time that gave me heartburn.
Flith:That's because you eat too fast.
Bilby:I eat when I'm hungry and when I'm hungry, I eat fast.
Flith:If you're not careful that appetite of yours is going to kill you someday.
Bilby:Don't get your hopes up.
Hey!
We're using that combooth.
Go on.
Krole:What should I order?
Bilby:Order some nozala wraps.
Computer:Computer accessed.
Bilby:Get them to deliver some extra vilm sauce.
Krole:Who should I bill this time?
Bilby:I don't care who pays for it just so long as it isn't us.
Flith:How about the police?
Krole:No.
We billed them for last night's dinner.
Flith:Municipal sanitation.
Do you have their account code?
Krole:I will... in a minute.
Bilby:Krole!
O'Brien:Don't!
Don't touch him!
He's being spiked!
Bilby:Are you all right?
They spiked him.
They spiked him over a free lunch!
What's this city coming to?
Krole:Look at this! Fused.
O'Brien:Too bad.
That's an expensive piece of hardware.
Flith:What are we going to do?
Bilby:Don't you mean what is Krole going to do?
Krole:I can't go to Raimus and ask him to pay for a replacement.
O'Brien:Well, it might not be as bad as it seems.
Bilby:You saying you can fix it?
O'Brien:It depends.
Bilby:On what?
O'Brien:How much you're willing to pay.
Bilby:Do you know who I am?
O'Brien:No.
Bilby:Well, if you did, you wouldn't ask that.
O'Brien:All right.
Who are you?
Bilby:Listen, Mister, um...
O'Brien:Connelly.
Bilby:I've seen you around here these last few weeks.
You're always in here tinkering with one piece of junk or another which tells me that things are not going too well for you.
Now, here's my advice to you.
Give it!
You take these... you bring them back tomorrow morning fixed and polished.
O'Brien:Tomorrow morning it is.
---
O'Brien:Bilby asked me to fix these for him.
Chadwick:I'm impressed.
I don't think anyone's managed to make contact with the Orion Syndicate so quickly.
How'd you do it?
O'Brien:I spiked one of his men while he was interfacing.
Chadwick:That was a risky thing to do.
O'Brien:Well, maybe... but I had to get noticed.
I want to get this mission over with and go home.
Chadwick:I realize you didn't exactly volunteer for this.
Believe me, I wish we hadn't been forced to turn to someone outside Starfleet Intelligence for help.
O'Brien:Me, too.
Chadwick:The Syndicate killed another one of our undercover operatives last week.
O'Brien:That makes five in the last year.
Chadwick:We need you to find out who their informant in Starfleet is.
Once you give me the name I'll put you on the next transport home.
O'Brien:So, what do you want me to do now?
Chadwick:Bilby's going to check into your background.
Whatever he finds will confirm that you're a fix-it man down on your luck.
Stick to that cover.
The Syndicate is always looking for people with your skills.
Bilby offers you more work, take it.
Get as close to him as possible.
O'Brien:Right.
Chadwick:Yeah. O'Brien.
Don't take any more unnecessary risks.
These are dangerous men.
If they find out who you are, they'll kill you.

チャプター 1

Odo:Major, I'm sorry...
Quark:Excuse Me, Major. I...
Odo:Go ahead.
Quark:Go ahead.
Quark:There's something wrong...
Odo:I need a...
Kira:All right.
You first, then you.
Odo:Ohh.
I need an engineering crew to run a diagnostic on the internal security sensors.
There's been an unusual number of false alarms lately.
Kira:I'll have someone take a look at it as soon as possible.
Now, Quark.
Quark:Something's wrong with the fire-suppression system in the Bar.
Every time I serve a flaming cocktail the system engages and snuffs it out.
Kira:I'll put it on the list.
Quark:Please do.
You have no idea what people are willing to pay for a glass of burning alcohol.
Bashir:Excuse me.
Major...
Kira:Oh, let me guess.
There's a malfunction in the Infirmary.
Bashir:How did you know?
Worf:Major, there is something wrong with the turbolift.
Kira:I can see that.
Dax:We seem to be having a lot of system glitches.
Kira:It happens every time Chief O'Brien goes away.
Worf:I do not understand why his staff cannot keep the station running in his absence.
Quark:My idiot brother must be in charge.
Kira:The engineering crew is doing the best they can.
Dax:The problem is no one knows how the Chief keeps all this Federation and Cardassian technology working together.
Quark:We've got to do something.
This can't go on.
---
Sisko:Sorry. I can't discuss the Chief's whereabouts.
Bashir:I understand that, sir, but... it's getting ridiculous, isn't it?
How much longer are we supposed to put up with these malfunctions?
Sisko:You know, I wouldn't be surprised if Major Kira or Commander Worf came in here demanding answers but you? It's not your style.
Bashir:Apparently it is.
Here I am.
Sisko:I'm not buying it, Doctor.
You didn't come in here to complain.
You came here because you are worried about your friend and you want me to set your mind at ease.
I wish I could... but if it helps, I will tell you this: The Chief can take care of himself as well as anyone I know.
Bashir:You're right about that, sir.
You're right about that.
---
Bilby:Did you fix it?
Krole:Any feedback?
Bilby:Feedback gives him a headache.
O'Brien:No, there's no feedback.
Krole:Well, we'll see, won't we?
O'Brien:I told you.
Bilby:Very impressive.
You know, if I was a suspicious man I might ask myself how a tinkerer living in one room on Jinami Street managed to fix such a complicated piece of hardware so quickly.
Flith:Good question.
O'Brien:How do you know where I live?
Bilby:I know a lot about you... maybe more than you want me to.
Come with me.
O'Brien:Where are we going?
Bilby:For a walk.
---
Bilby:Have a seat.
Not there.
Chester doesn't like people sitting in his chair.
Don't touch anything.
Bilby:Something wrong?
O'Brien:You tell me.
Bilby:Did you think I brought you here to kill you?
Why would I kill someone that can fix things for me?
I guess a man that's been knocked around as much as you have is always expecting the worst, huh?
O'Brien:Well, I've pretty much had to get used to the idea that I've got bad luck.
Bilby:Yeah, that was a tough break on Dayos IV.
Two years for dealing in stolen goods?
O'Brien:Well, I didn't know they were stolen.
I guess I should have asked the guy I bought them from, huh?
Bilby:Who's to say he'd have told you the truth?
Take this, for example.
My employer asked me to get him three Klingon disruptors.
Did the man I bought them from tell me they didn't work?
No. He did not.
Have a look.
O'Brien:Ah... the induction coil is burned out.
Bilby:Can you fix it?
O'Brien:Sure.
Bilby:Well, I'm glad to hear it.
It's going to make my employer very happy.
O'Brien:What does he want with Klingon disruptors?
Bilby:I didn't ask him.
When Raimus tells you to do something, you just do it.
You hungry?
O'Brien:A little.
Bilby:Have some cake.
My wife sent it.
O'Brien:No, thanks.
Bilby:Go ahead.
O'Brien:It's good.
Bilby:Yeah. She makes it herself.
Bilby:This is her.
These are my children.
O'Brien:Oh... great.
Where are they?
Bilby:They're in New Sydney.
I'd love to have them here on Farius, but, uh, considering the business I'm in it's not a good idea.
You got a family?
O'Brien:No.
Bilby:You should.
It's the most important thing.
I send them everything.
I pay my fare to Raimus.
The rest goes straight to my wife.
O'Brien:Your fare?
Bilby:Yeah, to Raimus every month.
That's the way it works.
He's above me in the organization.
You do know what organization I'm referring to, don't you?
O'Brien:I think so.
Bilby:Good.
Krole and Flith, the gentlemen you met earlier?
They're below me.
O'Brien:Lucky them.
Bilby:If you fix these disruptors for me, you could be lucky, too.
O'Brien:That's good to know.
Bilby:Don't misunderstand.
I'm not promising you anything.
I just need to be sure I can trust you first.
Have some more cake.
O'Brien:No, thanks.
Bilby:I thought you said you were hungry.
O'Brien:Oh... I'm all right.
Bilby:What's the matter?
Don't you like my wife's cake?
O'Brien:Oh, I didn't say that.
Bilby:So, answer me.
Do you like my wife's cake?
O'Brien:To tell you the truth, it's, uh... it's a little dry.
Bilby:You're right. It is.
Had you wondering which way to jump, didn't I?
You know, Krole and Flith-- they always act as if it's the best thing they ever tasted.
Hey, what do you make of that, Chester?
I've found me an honest man.
Must be my lucky day.

チャプター 2

Chadwick:The induction coils you asked for-- courtesy of the Klingon Ambassador to Farius.
O'Brien:There's a Klingon Ambassador here?
Gowron mustn't like him too much.
Chadwick:Do you have any idea why Raimus wants these disruptors?
O'Brien:No.
Bilby doesn't even know.
Listen, is there, uh... any way I could talk to my wife and let her know I'm all right?
Chadwick:We can't risk it.
I'm sorry.
O'Brien:I'd better be going.
---
Krole:Flith... go stand over there.
Flith:Why?
Krole:I want to see if he really fixed this.
Flith:Very funny.
Bilby:Contact Raimus and tell him we have the disruptors.
Good job.
Flith:I'm curious about something.
How did you get ahold of replacement parts?
Klingon technology isn't easy to come by.
O'Brien:Ah, you know, you... have to know who to go to.
Flith:Hmm. Why don't you enlighten us in case we need to procure something else?
O'Brien:I've got a better idea.
Why don't you stay out of my business?
Bilby:Tell us where you got the parts.
We can always use a good contact.
O'Brien:I can't.
Bilby:Why not?
O'Brien:Well, my supplier would rather remain anonymous.
Bilby:I don't care about your supplier.
I'm asking the question.
O'Brien:I told him I wouldn't.
Bilby:Where did you get the parts?!
O'Brien:I stole them.
Bilby:You stole them?
O'Brien:Yeah.
From a warehouse on, uh, Degora Street.
Bilby:Well, why didn't you just say so?
O'Brien:Well, I thought it was better if you didn't know you know, in case the police caught up with me.
Bilby:You lied to me because you didn't want me to be implicated?
O'Brien:Yeah.
I'm sorry.
Bilby:Did you hear that?
He's willing to protect me if he gets caught.
And try hard as I may, I can't imagine either of you willing to do that.
Hey... you know something?
I think it's time we did something about the way you look.
---
Bilby:Now, that's more like it.
I think you look great, Connelly.
What do you think, Krole?
Krole:He looks fine.
Bilby:What are you talking about?
I took him to the same tailor that I use.
Krole:You look fine, too.
Yint:I understand... you've been looking for me.
Bilby:That's right.
Yint:I take it you're in the market for something.
Bilby:Well, if I was, I wouldn't buy anything from a man that sold me three useless disruptors.
Yint:You know me better than that.
Bilby:I thought I did.
Yint:Those disruptors were working fine when I gave them to you.
What happened after that, I don't know.
Perhaps you dropped them.
Bilby:I want my money back.
Yint:You know I can't do that.
You took delivery.
Bilby:Let me get something straight.
You're telling me there was nothing wrong with this when you sold it to me.
Yint:That's correct.
Bilby:Well, maybe I, uh... just don't know how to work it.
Yint:That must be it.
Bilby:Well, what do you know?
I figured it out.
O'Brien:Bilby...
Bilby:Do you know what would've happened if I'd given Raimus three useless disruptors?
He'd have killed me.
Yint:If you want your money back... you can have it!
Bilby:Well, why would I want my money back?
It works fine now.
---
Bilby:No one takes me for a fool.
I'll do whatever it takes to protect what I have.
This life... it isn't for everyone.
Sometimes I wish I could just get away from it all.
But what would I do with myself?
I'm too old to start over.
Besides, who am I to complain?
The organization's given me opportunities I never thought I would have.
Once you're part of it... once you're accepted... there's no limit to what you can do if you're smart about it.
O'Brien:Smart and careful.
Bilby:I'm glad you're paying attention.
I mean, we've got people everywhere... even on Earth.
Hell, we've even got a man in Starfleet.
O'Brien:Come on. Starfleet?
Bilby:That's correct.
Hey, would you do me a favor?
Would you remind me to pick up a present for my daughter tomorrow?
She's got a birthday coming up.
O'Brien:Sure thing.
Bilby:Oh, I want to be there.
Sure hope I can make it.
O'Brien:How did you get to someone in Starfleet?
Bilby:It wasn't me.
It was Raimus.
Hey... do you want to come to New Sidney with me meet my family?
O'Brien:Well, if you go, yeah.
How did he do it?
Bilby:What's with all the questions?
O'Brien:Nothing. Uh... I just find it hard to believe that someone in Starfleet could be bought.
Makes me wonder if he's a double agent.
Bilby:A double agent?
Why would he have given us the names of all their undercover operatives?
Don't worry.
He's the real thing.
Raimus met him when he was vacationing on Risa last year.
Mr. Starfleet was in charge of the weather-control system.
Raimus offered him a very substantial amount of money to make it stop raining.
O'Brien:Well, everyone has their price, I guess.
Bilby:Ah...
Bilby:It's Krole.
Raimus wants to see me.
O'Brien:What, in the middle of the night?
Bilby:Hmm...
---
Raimus:Bilby.
Bilby:Raimus.
Raimus:I brought someone here to meet you.
Gelnon:I hope I didn't get you gentlemen out of bed.
Raimus:Bilby... who is this?
Bilby:He's someone I know.
Raimus:I've never seen him before.
How well do you know him?
Bilby:I know him.
Raimus:Then it's settled.
Gelnon:Is that the extent of your security precautions?
Raimus:Bilby witnessed for him.
That's all that's necessary.
Gelnon:If you say so.
So... this is Bilby.
He seems capable enough.
Raimus:I told you.
Gelnon:I wanted to see for myself.
You procured the disruptors for us?
Bilby:That's right.
Gelnon:We're going to ask you to do something else... something very important.
Bilby:You can count on me.
Gelnon:I hope so.
We'll contact you when it's time.
Raimus:Don't let me down.
Bilby:I won't.
Gelnon:Raimus...
Raimus:My love to your family.
Bilby:Do you know what I just did for you?
O'Brien:I think so.
Bilby:I witnessed for you.
If anything happens... I'm accountable.
O'Brien:I understand.
Bilby:Good.
Okay.
---
Chadwick:Nice suit.
O'Brien:Bilby got it for me.
Chadwick:That was generous.
O'Brien:He's like that.
I found out who the informer is.
Bilby told me he was in charge of the weather-control system on Risa about a year ago.
Chadwick:It should be easy enough to figure out who that was.
O'Brien:Yeah.
Chadwick:Something wrong?
O'Brien:Raimus brought somebody to meet Bilby.
A Vorta.
Chadwick:You're telling me that the Orion Syndicate is working for the Dominion?
O'Brien:Opens up a lot of possibilities, doesn't it?
Chadwick:None of them very pleasant.
O'Brien:So, do I get to go home now?
Chadwick:Not until you find out what's going on.
O'Brien:I was afraid you were going to say that.

チャプター 3

Krole:All right.
I've accessed the Bank's data files.
O'Brien:I'm reading a three-tier security protocol.
Krole:I see it.
O'Brien:It looks like an isolation matrix protects the data.
You must bypass the encryption lockouts.
Krole:You make it sound so easy.
O'Brien:Watch out for recursive dataloops.
You don't want to get diverted into a backflow.
Krole:I'm past the lockouts.
O'Brien:Sweep the matrix.
Give me an access point.
Krole:Stand by.
Go!
O'Brien:Initiating data transfer.
Krole:Faster.
O'Brien:I'm trying.
Krole:I can't hold the matrix open.
Flith:Hurry!
O'Brien:Got it!
Get us out, Krole.
Faster. They're tracing you.
Krole:The lockouts are closing.
O'Brien:Move!
Bilby:Come on!
Krole:I'm out.
O'Brien:We did it.
Flith:Gentlemen... we just robbed the Bank of Bolias.
Bilby:I was thinking about opening an account there.
O'Brien:Maybe go with a different bank.
Bilby:One with better security.
---
Bilby:Nice, isn't she?
O'Brien:Very nice but...
Bilby:But what?
O'Brien:But I don't want to... you know...
Bilby:What do you mean, you don't want to?
I brought her here for you.
O'Brien:I appreciate that but...
Bilby:But what?
Don't tell me you don't like girls.
O'Brien:I have a girlfriend.
Bilby:Since when?
O'Brien:A-a few days... a week... I don't know.
Bilby:That's great.
Why didn't you say anything?
O'Brien:I don't know.
It didn't come up.
Bilby:Listen, I understand, uh, but that's no reason to hurt this girl's feelings.
O'Brien:Um... we've got some business to discuss so, uh, why don't you... go on ahead home and...
...I'll call you in a couple of days, okay?
I promise.
It'll be tomorrow, next day at the latest.
Bilby:So who is she?
This new girl.
O'Brien:Oh, her name's... Kimiko.
Bilby:Where'd you meet her?
O'Brien:She works in a flower shop... arranging flowers.
Bilby:Well, bring her by sometime.
I'd like to meet her.
O'Brien:I will.
Bilby:A man your age you should settle down and have a family.
It's the most important thing.
O'Brien:I don't know if it's that serious yet.
Bilby:Well, you let me talk to her for three minutes.
I'll let you know if she's the marrying kind.
I can read people right away-- what's in their hearts.
You, for instance.
I saw through you the first time I laid eyes on you.
O'Brien:Oh, yeah?
Bilby:I don't think I've ever seen anyone so alone in my entire life.
I said to myself "That man, he doesn't have a friend in the Quadrant."
Flith and Krole they thought you were a snake.
O'Brien:Really?
Bilby:But I knew better.
When you came back that next day with the dataport repaired that's when I knew we're going to do great things together.
I'm about to take a step up in the organization.
Raimus is giving me an opportunity and I'm going to make the best of it.
Everything's changing.
I can feel it.
And it all started when you came along.
O'Brien:You changed my luck.
Bilby:I thought you'd changed mine.
I'm going to take care of you.
I don't forget my friends 'cause friends... they're like family and nothing's more important.
Nothing.
---
Chadwick:You're late.
I was beginning to worry.
O'Brien:Sorry.
Chadwick:That's all right.
I imagine the Dominion is keeping you busy.
O'Brien:No, nothing's happened with that yet.
I was just doing something with Bilby.
Chadwick:Anything worth reporting?
O'Brien:Went to the races.
We came out ahead.
Chadwick:I'm glad to hear that you're enjoying your assignment.
O'Brien:Well, you told me to get close to him.
He said he wanted to go; I went with him.
Chadwick:There's no need to explain.
I've been undercover.
O'Brien:Bilby's witnessed for me.
Chadwick:Sounds like you've really got your hooks into him.
O'Brien:What's going to happen to him when you pull me out?
Chadwick:That's nothing you need to think about.
O'Brien:They're going to kill him, aren't they?
Chadwick:Listen, Bilby chose this life.
Whatever happens to him is his fault, not yours.
Besides, if he's lucky, we'll get to him before they do.
He'll be safe in a Federation prison.
Just help us build a good case against him.
O'Brien:All right.

チャプター 4

Bilby:Good morning, Graife.
Bilby:Raimus. I didn't know you were coming.
Raimus:I can see that.
Bilby:Well, let me get you something.
Graife, make us a strong pot of...
Raimus:Bilby, not right now.
This isn't a social visit.
Gelnon:Which one is it?
Wait. Don't tell me.
Let me see if I can guess.
They say you can tell a traitor by looking in his eyes.
Do you think that's true, Bilby?
Bilby:I wouldn't know.
Bilby:Raimus, what's this all about?
Raimus:What does it look like?
Gelnon:If you ask me, none of them look particularly trustworthy.
Bilby:Raimus...
Raimus:Not now.
Bilby:But...
Raimus:I said not now.
Gelnon:Him.
Flith:I've been saying so all along!
Bilby:Raimus, this is crazy.
He doesn't know what he's talking about.
Gelnon:He was going to be my second guess.
O'Brien:W-what did he do?
Raimus:Let's just say he conducted some business on the side and neglected to pay his fare.
It's a good thing you never witnessed for him or you'd be lying there, too, Bilby.
Bilby:Yeah.
Gelnon:Well, now that that's out of the way shall we discuss the matter at hand?
Raimus:We mentioned we might ask you to do something for us.
Bilby:Yeah, whatever you need.
Gelnon:Mmm. So accommodating.
He reminds me of a Jem'Hadar.
Raimus:We want you to assassinate the Klingon Ambassador to Farius.
Bilby:All right.
Gelnon:And you'll use the disruptors you procured earlier.
O'Brien:You want it to look like he was killed by a rival house.
Bilby:Connelly!
Gelnon:It's all right.
Very astute.
Do you know much about political affairs?
O'Brien:Well, not really.
Gelnon:Well, then, allow me to enlighten you.
The Ambassador has been advocating that the Klingons break off their alliance with the Federation and concentrate on defending the Empire against the Dominion.
Chancellor Gowron, on the other hand, is adamantly committed to the alliance.
O'Brien:You're making it look like Gowron ordered the assassination.
Gelnon:Exactly.
The Ambassador will be seen as a martyr and his cause will gain strength.
If all goes well the Klingons will retreat into their own territory and then, all we'll have to deal with is the Federation.
O'Brien:Makes sense.
Gelnon:I'm glad you think so.
Needless to say, it is very important that the Dominion's part in this remain secret.
Raimus:If anything goes wrong and you're captured..., you never met our friend here.
Bilby:I understand.
Raimus:I knew I could count on you.
Gelnon:I never realized how much the Dominion and the Orion Syndicate have in common.
It seems that in both organizations... loyalty is everything.
---
Chadwick:How do they plan to get past the Embassy's security?
O'Brien:Bilby asked me the same thing.
I figured out a way to interrupt the power grid for a few seconds.
Bilby and his men will be able to beam in before the backup generator kicks in.
Chadwick:When is this supposed to happen?
O'Brien:Tonight.
Chadwick:I'll contact the Klingons so they can be ready for them.
O'Brien:What are you talking about?
If the Klingons get their hands on Bilby and his men, they'll kill them.
Chadwick:That's not really our business.
O'Brien:You're setting them up to be murdered?
Chadwick:You have things backwards.
Bilby and his friends are the ones that murder people, not us.
O'Brien:We just get Klingons to do it for us.
Chadwick:All I'm doing is following procedures and warning our allies about a possible assassination attempt.
What happens after that is not my concern but believe me, if the Klingons go after Raimus and the rest of the Orion Syndicate I won't shed any tears.
O'Brien:I'm sure you won't.
Chadwick:Miles... listen to me.
You've lost perspective.
You're starting to sympathize with these people.
It's good that we're pulling you out.
O'Brien:Pulling me out?
Chadwick:We're putting you on the next transport home.
Your assignment's over.
O'Brien:You told me we were going to make a case against Bilby.
You told me he was going to prison!
Chadwick:I'm sorry.
I didn't want to mislead you, but you were starting to waver.
I needed to keep you on track.
Come on.
Let's get you home.
O'Brien:Chadwick.
---
Bilby:There you go, Chester.
Bilby:Who could that be?
Bilby:Did you come to see me off?
O'Brien:We need to talk.
Bilby:Have to wait.
I was just leaving.
O'Brien:You can't go.
Bilby:What are you talking about?
O'Brien:Look, just trust me.
You can't go.
Bilby:Why not?
O'Brien:It's a trap.

チャプター 5

O'Brien:The Klingons know what you're planning to do.
Bilby:That's impossible.
O'Brien:Someone traced my signal when I accessed the power grid.
Bilby:I saw you access the grid.
You cut off the trace.
O'Brien:No, they just made me think I had.
Bilby:You're panicking.
Try not to worry so much.
O'Brien:You're the one who should be worried.
Do you have any idea what the Klingons will do to you when they catch you?
Bilby:They're not going to catch me.
O'Brien:Yes, they will.
Starfleet Intelligence will warn them you're coming.
Bilby:How do you know that?
I suppose you work for them.
O'Brien:What if I said I did?
Bilby:Very good. You had me.
Just for a minute there I actually thought that you were working for Starfleet.
O'Brien:I am.
Bilby:Come on.
That's enough.
You had me. I admit it.
O'Brien:I am working for Starfleet.
Bilby:That's enough!
I said I don't want to hear that!
Do you understand me?
I don't want to hear that.
Why'd you have to come here?
Why'd you have to tell me that?
O'Brien:I couldn't just let you go.
The Klingons will kill you.
Bilby:I'm dead already.
Can't you see that?
I witnessed for you.
Do you have any idea what that means?
O'Brien:What if I get you off Farius?
Find you a place to hide?
Bilby:There's no hiding from the Syndicate.
You know that.
O'Brien:Turn yourself in.
You'll be safe in prison.
Bilby:No! They'll go after my family!
They'll make an example of me.
Raimus may leave them alone if he thinks that I died not knowing about you.
O'Brien:But you can't just let them kill you.
Bilby:What choice do I have?
How did I let this happen?
I should have known.
You were too good to be true.
I wanted so much to believe that my luck had changed I didn't see it.
I didn't see it.
O'Brien:I never meant for this to happen.
I wasn't after you.
I was just trying to find out how the Syndicate compromised Starfleet.
Bilby:I wasn't even your target.
I suppose I'm not important enough.
I've always known something like this might happen.
The smart thing would be to kill you... but I guess I've already proved... I'm not too smart.
O'Brien:I'm sorry, Bilby.
Bilby:You'll never know how little comfort that is.
If it's not too much trouble, will you make sure Chester is looked after?
Bilby:Be good.
Do you mind if I ask you something?
Back home-- wherever that is-- do you have a family?
O'Brien:Yeah.
Bilby:Good.
It's the most important thing.
---
O'Brien:I'll never forget the look on his face when he found out who I really was.
Bashir:Well, you took an enormous risk by telling him.
He could have killed you.
O'Brien:I knew he wouldn't.
Bashir:Well, all I can say is that you were lucky that Chadwick decided not to put everything in his report.
O'Brien:Julian, you don't understand what I'm trying to tell you.
Bilby trusted me.
He put his life in my hands, and... I killed him just as surely as I'd pulled that trigger myself.
Bashir:That's not fair, and you know it.
You did what you had to do: your duty.
O'Brien:Is that what I'm supposed to tell myself?
Bashir:It is the truth.
Look, I'm sorry that I don't have all the answers.
All I know for sure is that I'm glad you're back.

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