“So, there are—were humans, werewolves and vampires working in this facility and likely knew what each other were. Which means this,” Lucas gave his notebook a shove, “affects us all. No one is immune.”
Juan Rojas’s voice overlaid the sound on the video. “There were thirty-seven people in this facility, not including the two Navy SEALS. As far as we can determine none of them survived, but obviously that’s unconfirmed. I don’t have an exact count of how many are members of which species, but I don’t think that matters right now.”
“Where are the SEALS and why are you so sure they’re not affected as well?” Forge asked.
They heard Rojas take a deep breath and blow it out slowly. The image changed again. “They are in this room. It’s sealed with an independent recirculation and environmental control system according to the facility specs.”
“That’s a server room,” Blair said.
“Yes, it is,” Rojas said. “We have a forensic accounting team working on the financials for the TACG and according to what they’ve been able to learn it appears there is a second facility. Evidence of the Qiguan providing some assistance, at least financially was found as well.”
“What does a werewolf terrorist group whose goal is to separate technology from werewolves have to do with something so high tech?” Ori asked.
“That’s an excellent question there is yet no answer for,” Wek said.
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