Silvia was shocked. “Did he work for this group during his years abroad?”
Neil’s eyes darkened, and he solemnly said, “Yes, and he still has connections with that mercenary group. It’s assisting him in attacking my forces in Ryoln City.”
Silvia fell silent and got lost in her thoughts.
“I still have unfinished work. I’ll be in the study if you need me.”
Neil nodded. “Alright.”
With that, he went back to studying about Cold Night Mercenary Group.
Over in the study, Silvia’s expression turned extremely cold. She finally understood why Condor had schemed against her in the past.
Cold Night Mercenary Group and Full Moon were opposing groups. Cold Night had always wanted to take over Full Moon, so it had plants within Full Moon. This resulted in numerous mission failures, and the higher–ups in Full Moon eventually realized that there were moles. After a thorough investigation, dozens of problematic members were identified and dealt with. Silvia’s best partner, Quail, was one of them.
Back then, Silvia refused to believe that Quail was a mole. She tried everything to save her but ultimately failed. After that, she stopped accessing Full Moon’s website for three years.
If it were not for her divorce with Neil, she might have never logged on to Full Moon’s website again in her lifetime.
It seemed that the previous purge had not rooted out all the moles. Otherwise, Condor would not have been able to lurk for so long.
However, Silvia found something strange. Cold Night Mercenary Group typically did not concern itself with its members. It mainly operated in the southeast of Aurope and never interfered in other regions. Why would it help Liam by attacking Neil’s forces?
The fact that Cold Night Mercenary Group took risks to enter the country suggested that there had to be irresistible and significant benefits.
As this realization sank in, Silvia’s expression gradually darkened.
If she told Neil about her theory, he would likely be suspicious of her identity.
Silvia lowered her gaze and pondered for a moment before she gave someone a call.
“Compile Cold Night Mercenary Group’s information and send it to Neil via an anonymous account.”
Once the call ended, Silvia got up and left the study.
After he went through the information that Curtis had provided, Neil frowned and fell into deep thought.
Silvia sat beside him and softly asked, “What’s your plan?”
“I have evidence that Liam transferred Remus Corporation’s assets to Cold Night Mercenary Group. I’ll remove him from the position of president, or else, he’ll bring the company down
Silvia nodded. “Yes, and we need to quickly uncover the truth behind the car accident involving Liam’s parents. Otherwise, he won’t let this matter rest.”
Neil’s gaze deepened, and he said, “I’ve already asked someone to find out how Troy went crazy. We’ll have some results soon.”
Noticing his fatigue, Silvia advised him, “Get some rest today. With everything that’s been happening, you need to rest.”
After he returned to his room, Neil gave Curtis a call and instructed, “Compile the evidence of Liam misappropriating Remus Corporation’s assets. Post one copy online and deliver another copy to the police.”
The next morning, the police took Liam away the moment he arrived at Remus Corporation. Rumors of the company facing bankruptcy soon spread like wildfire.
“Oh, my. Neil Remus’s parents were murderers, and Liam Remus embezzled company funds. I think Remus Corporation is doomed.”
“Haha. They’re family alright. Neither of them is a decent person!”
“What incredible drama! Conflicts among the wealthy are truly fascinating!”
However, Liam was surprisingly released in the afternoon.
He immediately approached Neil back in Remus Corporation.
“Neil, do you think that evidence is going to affect me?”