Background: Midway through the round some people called the shuttle and I couldn't get a decent reason why (first time it appears AI called in response to Ty Andrews [145.9] asks, "When can we go home?") so I recalled. Next time Ty Andrews [145.9] says, "Yo AI call the shuttle" the HoS recalls it. We never found out why he asked for the shuttle to be called, and there was no outcry over radio either way. But as things went on and we had a rampaging mime on top of vines, hostile slimes, and someone releasing N2O in the brig, I asked the HoS to call the shuttle.
To prepare myself, I head to the bridge to check on the consoles. But Heather North runs in behind me onto the bridge, so I detain her.
So that's where the main event ends. I have some times chasing around multiple handcuffed prisoners after the murder of the HoS, and for some reason the crew releases them. I don't know exactly why. But anyway, the above Part 1 is supposed to be a factual account of what happened. If any of the above is incorrect, please note that.
Now, let's get into the MOTIVATIONS we have here. In OOC after the round it was claimed that I was just out to kill as a trigger happy fool. That was far from true. Earlier in the round, I put a confirmed traitor caught in the act with emag and esword on chem implant parole. Another was put into perma, even with the only sec officer telling me to kill her. If I was truly out for valid kills, then I would have killed them. These are a couple examples, but in general I'm not out to kill people. I was also told I opened with lasers. Not so, I started with words, and I only fired when I felt threatened. You can't dispute that. I DID feel threatened. Before I'm even able to question a prisoner, she's trying to start a mutiny, when an armed golem runs in explicitly to take the prisoner after being repeatedly told to leave. I can't see why it'd be okay for anyone to try to take a prisoner who has actually broken the law from (de facto) security without it being seen as an affront to said security force. I can imagine the golem thought it was trying to protect her, but from the captain's point of view the golem is disobeying orders to stop breaking space law then charging further into a high security area directly towards him.
Anywho. It was also said I escalated too quickly. Honestly, I don't have the timestamps, and I wish I had them, but I was there for a long time for what I saw as no good reason. A lawbreaker was refusing to stop, and he was hiding behind glass. If at any of the times the golem was told to leave he left, it would have ended then and there.
So if you have any problems with my factual account, please post 'em below. If you were involved and want to tell me where you think I went wrong, give me a shout. I was asked to cite space law, and I shall. If you want to state how I was displaying insanity, "You'd already been shown to be irrational and not thinking clearly. I feared for her safety." by using later events to justify earlier evaluations in some sort of time warp, just no. Try to be clear, specific and civil. This isn't in FNR, but that doesn't mean the gates are open to all shitposters. Please? If you think I have been unfair, please know that I am not trying to belittle anyone's opinion, just trying to explain through a complicated tangle of rough (and mostly false) accusations.