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He wanted to protect the innocent... and separate the darkness from the light. But he didn't realize... the light only shines in the dark. And sometimes innocence is just an excuse for the guilty.
~ Kira Neyrs on Silaran after she was forced to kill him.
Silaran Prin is an antagonist in Star Trek: Deep Space Nine. He was Cardassian servant who cleaned uniforms for Gul Pirak during the Occupation of Bajor. He was disfigured when Pirak's house was bombed by members of the Shakaar resistance cell.
He was portrayed by Randy Oglesby.
As Prin was not a member of the Cardassian military and didn't even want to be on Bajor, he believed himself an innocent victim of the Bajoran Resistance's attack. He harbored a desire for revenge for a number of years, until in 2373 he began systematically murdering the members of the Shakaar cell responsible for his injury, using hunter probes he directed from his home on a planet near the Demilitarized Zone.
His first victims were Latha Mabrin, whom he killed with a hunter probe hidden inside a candle holder during prayers at the Calash Monastery, and Mobara, whom Prin killed by planting a micro-explosive behind his ear as he slept. Prin then planted a Romulan remat detonator on Trentin Fala, which killed her when she was transported aboard a Starfleet runabout. After each murder he sent a message announcing it to Kira Nerys- using old recordings of her voice after heavily modifying them-, whom he was saving for last because she had been the one to actually plant the bomb.
Another of Prin's hunter probes then traveled to Deep Space 9 by attaching itself to a Talavian freighter. It began scanning the station for Prin's next intended victims, Furel and Lupaza. When it detected them in Kira's quarters, it attached itself to the window and exploded, causing an explosive decompression.
Using a list of suspects gathered by Odo, Kira arrived at Prin's residence but was captured. Prin explained to her his actions, claiming his moral superiority over her by his careful choice of victims versus her "indiscriminate killing". Due to this conviction, he agreed to remove the unborn Kirayoshi O'Brien from Kira's womb before he killed her as she was not apart of his revenge. Prin agreed to sedate Kira for the procedure, not knowing that she was taking makara herbs for her pregnancy that would neutralize the sedative. Thus, Kira was able to surprise and shoot him after he released her restraints.