Year 2050. Star Trek style transporters have been around for a decade now and human transports are common. You have your first trip / transport scheduled today. It's just like you see on Star Trek. You stand on the pad, the operator throws some switches and atom by atom you are disassembled here and reassembled there...an exact copy, atom for atom. When you arrive there you know who you are, know what business your on and remember going to the transport facility. All your friends who have done it before appear to be fine. Not one single ill effect. Now, today is your big day. You show up and stand on the pad. The operator throws some switches and your body is scanned. But nothing happens and you ask the operator why. He says everyone asks that and explains its for safety. "You see, we wait here until the copy is made there so if there's anything that goes wrong we can stop it. Once the copy is confirmed there only then do we disassemble you. Oh look, it's done." and he pushes a button that scatters every atom of your body. Does this shift of a few minutes make it murder? Or was it always murder? Did we watch Captain Kirk and his away team get killed over and and over year after year? Where is the self and can it be relocated?