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Actually, I believe he may have been noted as being a bit to himself but that was about it. There was no indication of him being crazed or psychotic.If the Vergs feel like Cuu is one of their own, what does that say about them? I mean wasn't he showing his psychotic nature before he was tried for murder/rape?
And for the record, remember that Hark is able to be more objective than Gaunt. Its why he was so easily able to see why Cuu needed to be defended and not just left to die. In the end it boils down to what is needed in order to make sure that the newly restructured and reinforced regiment, that needs to stay that way because there is no other choice, does not destroy itself and do the enemy the favour of riding the Imperium of one more good regiment.
What Hark knew that Gaunt needed to do, its nothing different than what you would see in any military force of today, or anything involving a team for that matter.