The Doctor crouches and touches dust. The smoke clears around him. He stares. Jack threatens Rodrick and the staff with his gun, and when the security guards arrive and approach the Doctor, it's Jack's voice that rings out, nearly broken: "Don't you touch him! Leave him alone!" They put their guns to the Doctor's head; he does nothing. Jack shouts and curses them as his hands are tied, but the Doctor doesn't hear it. The voices go away. Even as they're cuffing him, he looks at the dust of Rose, and weeps silently. Security gives a speech, it goes unheard. Half of him is gone.
The Doctor's face comes slamming into a grate, as Security searches him in the lockup. They pull out his screwdriver, he doesn't move or speak. Security asks the Doctor, "Can you tell us the purpose of this device, sir?" It doesn't have one.
Lynda tries to protect the Doctor as they're being interrogated, but the guard grabs her roughly by the chin. "I'm asking him." He shoves her. "Sir? Can you tell us who you are?"
The Doctor stands against a wall under a harsh light. He faces us, the camera flashes. He turns to the left, in the silence. The camera flashes. He turns to the right.
Security tells the Doctor, "You will be taken from this place to the Lunar Penal Colony, there to be held without trial, you may not appeal against this sentence." The Doctor doesn't move or look or hear. Jack doesn't move. Lynda shifts but won't look at the men. "Is that understood?" No response. Nothing.
The guard opens the gate. "Let's do it," says the Doctor. And they do. All three leap to their feet: Jack punching and just actually throwing people, the Doctor knocking guards out, all grabbing weapons, heading upstairs. The male programmer realizes that there might be a problem now.