At the hospital, while she's standing over Stern, Prosser comes up to Shepard and hisses, "You little bitch, Grace." She corrects, "It's you little bitch, Lieutenant." Prosser is surrounded and arrested by his crewmates as Chaplin continues his message. "From our submarine, we have watched as the fabric of trust between the government and its people has been torn. And when this boat dared to question why a nation without the capability to directly harm the homeland was to be destroyed, elements of that government tried to kill the 150 volunteer sailors on my boat." Back with Shepard in the hospital, the wounded SEAL rants feverishly across the ward, "Sir, the intel is wrong! We killed the wrong people!" The other SEAL draws the curtain on him so Grace can't hear any more. That curtain must be thicker than it looks.
Chaplin goes on, "And then these same elements continued on that course. A first strike, unprovoked. We've all borne witness." Kylie Sinclair is returning to her apartment, pulling her rolling suitcase behind her, while Chaplin's message is being broadcast by the news over the captioned question "Nuclear Madman?" Must be Fox News. Actually, I don't believe the government would allow this message to ever be aired at all, let alone live. Kylie's a bit surprised to see Admiral Shepard walking into her apartment. As am I, considering they just met earlier in this episode and it looked like Shepard was getting arrested shortly thereafter. Chaplin: "We have commandeered the NATO early warning station on the island of Sainte Marina. From this facility we can see the movements of all the world's militaries." But he can't see that Julian has had Cortez and Brennan kidnapped, beaten, and stuffed into the back of a van, presumably for his use as hostages. Unless he just really likes sunglasses and beatboxing. "We are in control," Chaplin adds. "I am declaring a two-hundred-mile no-man's land around this island, effective immediately."