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'''Lars Patek''' was a male civilian [[scientist]] working for the [[Daystrom Institute]] in the [[24th century]].
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'''Lars Patek''' was a male [[Human]] civilian [[scientist]] working for the [[Daystrom Institute]] in the [[24th century]].
   
In October of [[2380]], [[Dr.]] Patek argued before the [[Federation Judiciary Council]] that the android [[B-4]] was not a sentient being, and that the Institute should be permitted to dismantle it for study. Patek was opposed by [[Starfleet]] [[Captain]] [[Bruce Maddox]]. ({{n|ST|Articles of the Federation}})
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In [[October]] of [[2380]], [[Dr.]] Patek argued before the [[Federation Judiciary Council]] that the [[android]] [[B-4]] was not a sentient being, and that the Institute should be permitted to dismantle it for study. Patek was opposed by [[Starfleet]] [[Captain]] [[Bruce Maddox]]. ({{n|ST|Articles of the Federation}})
   
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Latest revision as of 16:15, December 17, 2015

Lars Patek was a male Human civilian scientist working for the Daystrom Institute in the 24th century.

In October of 2380, Dr. Patek argued before the Federation Judiciary Council that the android B-4 was not a sentient being, and that the Institute should be permitted to dismantle it for study. Patek was opposed by Starfleet Captain Bruce Maddox. (ST novel: Articles of the Federation)

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