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=== [[Worf (Colonel)]] ===
 
[[File:Worf (Colonel).jpg|thumb|Colonel Worf in 2293]]
 
[[Colonel]] '''Worf''' was a prominent [[Klingon]] [[advocate]] and [[Diplomacy|diplomatic]] figure in the late [[23rd century]].
 
 
In [[2293]], Worf represented [[Captain]] [[James T. Kirk|James Kirk]] and [[doctor|Dr.]] [[Leonard McCoy]] when they were put on trial on the [[planet]] [[Qo'noS]], in suspicion of involvement in the assassination of [[Chancellor]] [[Gorkon]]. While Worf was powerless to prevent the pair being convicted in what was essentially a show [[Crime and punishment|trial]], he nonetheless managed to convince a [[Unnamed Klingons#Klingon judges|trio of judges]] who were presiding over the case that the evidence was not strong enough to support the [[death penalty]]. He noted that Gorkon's [[assassin]]s could have merely been wearing [[Starfleet uniform]]s rather than being members of [[Starfleet]] themselves. Due to this line of deliberation, combined with the closeness of an impending [[Khitomer Conference|peace summit]], the sentence was commuted to a lifetime's imprisonment on [[Rura Penthe]].
 
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A well written article that thoroughly covers the Worf of the TOS generation, and one I still think should be a FA. - {{User:Archduk3/Sig/nature}} 19:12, December 1, 2011 (UTC)
 
 
:'''Support''', as I did before.--[[User:31dot|31dot]] 21:38, December 1, 2011 (UTC)
 
:'''Support''', as did I.--[[User:Sennim|Sennim]] 06:02, December 2, 2011 (UTC)
 
:'''Support''', as I. &ndash;[[User:Cleanse|Cleanse]] <small><sup>( [[User talk:Cleanse|talk]] | [[Special:Contributions/Cleanse|contribs]] )</sup></small> 07:37, December 2, 2011 (UTC)
 
:'''Support''', now that the previously omitted bg info has been added and that the article has been cleaned up a bit more. --[[User:Defiant|Defiant]] 12:31, December 2, 2011 (UTC)
 
:'''Supprt'''. [[User:ThomasHL|Tom]] 17:10, December 2, 2011 (UTC)
 
   
 
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