In the central district, in the Lotte Villa District.
Under the warm and gentle light.
John was sitting in the living room quietly reading a book.
After a long while, John got up and walked to his studio.
He looked at the paths in Foresee that only he could see.
His fingers tapped on the table rhythmically as he pondered.
After killing Reeves, the second-in-command of the Rayast Corporation, John noticed that for the paths related to Rayast, Atox, Johnson, and Yongen, a chain reaction had occurred.
Clearly, these people with close relationships had a natural connection.
Amongst them, the path to kill Rayast, the old godfather who had resided in Owain City for nearly half a century, had become simpler.
The more John observed the steps to kill Rayast, the more amused he was.
He couldn’t help but sigh inwardly—there was a magical connection between everything in this world.
He continued to look at Foresee seriously.
“How to achieve a perfect crime without leaving any evidence to kill the underground spokesperson of Owain City’s eastern district, Rayast?”
The paths and the steps in each path flashed before his eyes.
The paths this time weren’t something that he could act upon immediately.
The time to push the first important domino was three days later.
John looked at Foresee.
After thinking for a while, he looked away and opened the laptop beside him.
He tapped a few buttons with his fingertips.
News articles appeared in front of John.
“The southern sand wetlands of Owain City is one of the important migration routes for the migratory birds.
“Nearly 100,000 migratory birds have been attracted to this place every year.
“Owain City city administration department passed a resolution.
“Starting from December 5, Owain City will turn off the high beams for the migrating birds for three days.
“This is to ensure that the migratory birds migrate normally.”
His lips curled up slightly.
After reading this news that was related to Owain City, John casually browsed through more news regarding the migratory birds.
When the night deepened, he then got up and washed up.
Then, he returned to his room.
In the garden of Alexander Villa in Owain City.
In the small conference room.
Alexander sat in front of the projector.
The middle-aged butler, Walker, stood behind him.
Other than the two of them, there was no one else.
Not long after.
The screen lit up.
In the dim orange light, the figure of the old man, Rayast, suddenly appeared in front of Alexander.
He was wearing a black suit and holding a dragon-headed walking stick.
Rayast’s mental state was clearly not very good.
On his wrinkled old face, his cloudy eyes looked at Alexander through the screen.
“Reeves still ended up dead.” His hoarse voice sounded.
“I already know of this.
“My condolences to you, Big Brother,” Alexander replied with a sigh.
“His next target might be you or me.” Rayast continued calmly.
He acted like this had nothing to do with him.
However, his heart was definitely not as calm as it seemed on the surface.
All these years, he had experienced countless storms and waves.
The storm he faced had lasted for nearly a century.
Unexpectedly, in his later years, he would be targeted by a young man.
It could even topple everything about him.
Humans were very hard to be satisfied, especially for matters regarding their own lifespan.
He had worked hard to obtain everything he had now.
He didn’t want to die in the hands of a junior just like this.
At least he hoped that he would die of old age.
In the small conference room.
The atmosphere was heavy as water.
Alexander didn’t respond.
“This situation can be said to be caused by me.
“When the time comes, I’ll take responsibility for everything.” After a while, Alexander said in a deep voice.
“Since you are so thoughtful, I am relieved.”
Rayast tapped the ground heavily with his dragon-headed walking stick.
Then, the screen darkened.
Alexander’s expression kept changing.
After a long while, he gradually calmed down.
He looked tired.
Like a hero past his prime.
He pinched his glabella.
“Walker.” Then, he called out.
The middle-aged butler bowed and walked over.
“How’s everything at home?” Alexander asked.
“Everything is fine. I have troubled you with my own matters, Master.” Walker softly replied.
Alexander suddenly changed the topic.
“Soldiers are nurtured for a thousand days only to be used for one day.
“Are you prepared?
“Or have you heard something and have thoughts of rebelling?” He said sternly.
Walker didn’t expect that Alexander would suddenly attack him.
Could it be that he knew about John’s visit?
The atmosphere became heavy.
Owain City Police Headquarters.
A middle-aged man that looked panic-stricken staggered to the door of the Owain City Police Headquarters.
Until his vision was filled with uniformed police officers.
Only then did the middle-aged man stop breathing heavily.
In an interrogation room in the gray six-story building.
“No, it’s not my fault!
“At that time, the traffic light was clearly green!”
“What happened at 12.21 AM?”
The slightly fat middle-aged man recalled.
“Last night, I did receive a strange call.
“I’ve forgotten what the call was about.
“I only remember that he seemed to be reminding me about driving safely.
“He mentioned that the speed of the car mustn’t exceed 60 kilometers per hour.”
The middle-aged man looked panicking.
His eyes were red.
His tone was filled with agitation and fear.
Outside the interrogation room, pairs of eyes were staring at the screen.
After hearing about this so-called inexplicable call.
Around the long table conference.
Everyone looked at each other, their eyes flickering.
“Without a doubt, this is another psychological cue.” The mellow middle-aged psychologist said in a deep voice.
“This man’s name is Anthony.
“He has been working at Tianye Construction Corporation for eight years.
“We’ve captured him many times for transporting prohibited goods.
“Two months ago, Anthony started moving goods along this route.” Detective Fritz stood up and reported.
“I believe in a principle.” Victor put his hands on the table and said in a deep voice, looking exhausted.
“Before every incident, John will definitely have a detailed investigation into the incident!” Victor continued.
As his words landed, he looked at Sona, who had raised her hand not far away.
“I checked the Owain City surveillance system carefully.
“I noticed that in the past two weeks.
“There’s something wrong with the number of monitor access to the 6,000 plus traffic lights at the intersections in Owain City.” Sona quickly said.
“Someone was constantly observing these intersections at different times every day.”
When everyone heard this, they all understood.