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Jamie Finney was a human female born in the mid-23rd century to former Starfleet officer Ben Finney. She was named after family friend James T. Kirk.

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With only her father and people in space for role models, growing up was fast and difficult for her. As a teen, she once blamed Kirk for the death of Lieutenant Commander Finney; when a court of law proved it was a hoax out of revenge to discredit Finney's captain, she dropped her resentment of him, and cooperated in the search and capture of her dad. (TOS episode: "Court Martial")

To clean up the perceived disgrace to her family, Jamie followed her father's footsteps into Starfleet, eventually rising to the rank of Lieutenant and specializing in Klingon anthropology. While serving under Kirk on the USS Enterprise-A, Finney met legendary Klingon Dahar master Kor; she impressed him so much that he invited her to join his crew, as after the discommodation and disgrace of his race from the Klingon Empire this would not be a cause for scandal. Kor saw this as the first step towards the fulfillment of the Organian prophecy that one day the Federation and the Empire would be friends and allies; although admitting that the perspective scared her stiff, Jamie accepted, and she served as his first officer for twenty years, until his supposed death in the early 24th century. (TOS comic: "Debt of Honor")

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Under a false identity Jamie boarded the USS Enterprise-D, forming a friendship with Worf and Alexander Rozhenko and showing signs of a mutual attraction with William T. Riker; however, her true identity was eventually revealed by T'Kir. She admitted that she was embarked on a quest to avenge Kor and his crew, cowardly killed and conveniently forgotten (with herself captured and tortured, until her escape), by challenging the Chancellor of the Empire, Gowron; Captain Jean-Luc Picard tried to forbid her, but T'Kir persuaded him to let her. As Jamie admitted to Riker, she was also suffering from the effects of the torture inflicted upon her by her captors, which were slowly killing her, therefore she had nothing to lose. Gowron accepted her challenge, and was impressed by her viciousness, remarking that she fought like a true Klingon; with her dying breath, she told everyone that, while being both a Starfleet officer and a member of Kor's crew, she was human. Saluting her as a warrior and moved by her sacrifice, Gowron acknowledged Kor and his followers as true Klingons, restoring their honor. Riker, Worf and Alexander later performed a Klingon death ritual for her in Ten-Forward. (TNG comic: "Cry Vengeance")

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