Tribunal fun times are going on in the ward room. The tribunal itself consists of three people sitting behind a great big counter that has a special seal on it. It's all very formal, with flags lining the walls behind them, and Hadrian has her own special prosecutor's table with a little reading light. Fancy. This is still the day after the bombing. Hadrian's a very cost-efficient special investigator, I'll give her that. Boomer tells the tribunal that at the time of the explosion, she was asleep. Hadrian asks, "Did anyone see you, sir?" Boomer gives the obvious answer: "I don't know. I was asleep." Hadrian asks if Boomer has a "romantic and physical relationship" with Tyrol. Boomer's taken aback, but finally says, "No. The XO ordered us to put a stop to it, so we did." The tribunes trade looks and make notes. Hadrian smirks, and then asks where Tyrol was at the time of the explosion. Boomer doesn't know. Boomer is excused. Hadrian calls for the next witness.
Hadrian tells Tyrol that his testimony may determine his guilt. Or innocence. Whatever. Tyrol looks a little freaked to find out that he's already on trial, but says that he understands. Hadrian explains that the two questions before them are, "First, how a Cylon penetrated Galactica's security system, and second, whether one of Galactica's crew members aided and abetted this crime through conspiracy and collusion with the Cylons." Um. I think those are kind of the same question. I mean, if the answer to the second question is "yes," then you have the answer to the first question. Hadrian asks Tyrol if he will testify without invoking his right to remain silent, "as provided for under the 23rd Article of Colonization." Tyrol says that he will.