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Julie's Recovery

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Diana wasn't happy to get the message from John. She walked to John's office. She pressed a button and the door opened. Diana was shocked to see Martin in the room with John.

"What is Martin doing here? He was ordered to stay in his room," said Diana.

"This is Inspector General Philip. He came here to defend the officers that are going on trail," answered John.

"Why did he came here wearing the same human disguise as Martin?" asked Diana.

"Martin is my twin brother. He called me to help defend him and his 2 co-workers. He told me about what has happen at sickbay," answered Philip.

"I already show him the video of what happen at sickbay. He will defend them as best as he could," said John. Diana was angry to hear it.

"Their guilt is as plain to see. They let an invader take the body of a dead prisoner, protested Diana.

"You did not do a good job in keeping her from taking that prisoner. They could not stop her from taking the dead prisoner from sickbay," reminded Philip.

"THEY ARE GUILTY OF NOT DOING THEIR DUTIES!" yelled Diana. She slamed her fist on John's desk. He wasn't in the mood to let Diana get away with it.

"You listen here, science officer. I am in command of this mission. If the Inspector General want to defend his brother and his friends, I am going to let him," warned John. His voice was calm and dripped with menage. Diana get this feeling that she better not push John, this time.

"I will let you defend these 3 officers for now, but if you fail to convince the jury that they do not deserve to die, you will join them," threaten Diana. Then, she let the office.

"I am sorry that you have to hear this from Diana, but she wanted these 3 dead for their failure. You will have a hard job of convincing the jury that they are not guilty of not doing their duty," said John. He sounded sad.

"I has not failed before. I do not plan to fail in defending my brother and his 2 co-workers. You can count on that," promised Philip. Then, he left John's office to prepare for the upcoming trail. The end, for now.