I don't understand why Nathan has turned against his own kind... and his own brother! Even if Peter is "unpredicatable" (according to Nathan), Peter tends to act towards some higher morale/ common good. How can he be considered a threat? How can his capture be justified? This idea that all people with powers need to be detained for homeland security is ridiculous. Nathan, a hero himself, should be able to recognize this. I hated the company, but atleast they seemed to be able to seperate between the potentially dangerous heroes and the people who were able to function in society with some normalcy. And what exactly does Nathan think these detention camps will achieve?
It has already been implied in tonight's episode that Nathan's control over the military initiative and the Hunter will be uncertain in the future. I understand that this will eventually lead to further plot development... but I just feel that Nathan's motivations are unjust and unclear, and his shift in character has not been properly cultivated.