Advertisements That makes no sense. Solomon was unarmed, without his robots, harmless lying on the floor. He was no longer asked to surrender or save himself in any way. What happened before is irrelevant, he was disarmed and rendered harmless and was no longer a threat. This is akin to a cop asking an armed gunman to surrender, then after successfully disarming the gunman shoot him dead - for what - that he didn't surrender when he was asked? I think the reason this is being discussed so much here is because it is so jarring and out of character.