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Chapter 1082: h.e.l.lo there


Translator: Nyoi-Bo Studio Editor: Nyoi-Bo Studio


Li Du and his companions walked out of prison. Porter was there to receive them and


bring them back to his villa.


On the way back, Hans bought a couple of newspapers. The front pages were all


plastered with news and headlines about their case.


The case had been labeled as corrupt and shady and had become infamous news in


the American judicial system.


Bartley Jones, meanwhile, was very unlucky. He had been suspended to undergo


investigations, and Li Du and his group were banned from leaving Miami for one week.


They were to cooperate with the ongoing investigation works of the FBI.


Li Du was in no hurry to leave. Back at the villa, he enjoyed a warm shower, changed


his clothes and thanked Porter profusely, as did Sophie.


Porter waved his hand modestly and said, “My friends and I did not do much. The


Vanderbilt family were very helpful. Do you have any relations.h.i.+p with them?”


Li Du replied, “I have a good friend named Steve Tussenberg. I think he has some ties


with the Vanderbilt family.”


Porter smiled, “Mr. Iron, right? Steve Tussenberg, he is a rare male in the new


generation of the Vanderbilt family. No wonder.”


Li Du was curious. “Mr. Iron? That is his nickname? I didn’t know that, I only know that


he sometimes refers to himself as Mr. Steel Steve.”


Li Du had his guesses about why the Vanderbilt family had helped him so much. Porter


and Li Du were friends as he had helped Porter with advice on wooing a girl.


As for Steve Tussenberg, Li Du had saved his life twice. The two of them shared a real


solid relations.h.i.+p.


Porter said, “Steve has had health problems since he was young. However, there have


been many outstanding adventurers in their family. This required exceptional physique


and health, which troubled Steve. Perhaps he wanted to uplift himself emotionally, so


that is why he liked referring to himself as Mr. Iron.”


Li Du only knew the Vanderbilt family as a leader in the transportation industry. He did


not know that the family was famous for producing many adventurers.


Li Du called Steve to thank him and Steve said, “That’s what friends do for each other.


Initially, I had wanted to go to Miami myself to help you out, but I couldn’t. Hence, I had


to harness the power of media. To do that, I asked Mr. Newhouse for this help. Now I’m


still at Mr. Newhouse’s mansion for a visit.”


No wonder the media had reported on the issue so rapidly. It was because the head of


American media had given his order.


The rate at which industries were being monopolized in America was alarming. The


industries rapidly undergoing monopolization included not only finance and high-margin


emerging industries but also the newspapers and other media.


At that time, there were 1,548 cities that had daily newspapers. However, only 183 had


more than two different daily newspapers. Out of those, even fewer cities had papers


that were produced by different publication houses.


As there was not one national newspaper for the entire United States, each publisher


organized their own distribution channel. That was subjected to many restrictions and


hence, typically, residents of middle to small cities only had access to local papers from


small publis.h.i.+ng houses.


Therefore, the so-called freedom of reporting actually referred to the freedom of


monopolized media organizations.


The media industry was the Newhouse family’s territory. The Newhouse family was very


mysterious. As experts in the media and advertising industry, they were adept at


protecting their privacy and concealing their background.


According to rumors, the Newhouse family controlled one-third of America’s news


industry and the majority of the media companies. However, they remained discreet and


did not divulge private information about their family. In addition, they typically did not


give interviews.


Unlike the Vanderbilt family, the Newhouses and Porters adopted a similar way of


operation. They resisted publicly listing their companies and always kept business in the


family. As a result, outsiders knew nothing about their financial standing.


Li Du thanked them profusely and requested Steve to help him convey his grat.i.tude to


the mysterious Mr. Newhouse. He said that if he ever had the chance, he would


definitely visit Newhouse to thank him in person.


After resting in the villa for two days, Li Du could not bear to idle any longer. While


questioned by the FBI officials, he also asked them about the location of Caddy Lent.


Though Caddy Lent was the one who stirred up the trouble, he somehow succeeded to


keep out of it so far.


The case at hand was about how Bartley Jones had gone against the law and


regulations. He had sent people to prison without a trial. The fact that Caddy Lent had


called the police to arrest Li Du and his group was somehow overlooked.


However, Caddy Lent also landed himself in trouble. Li Du published the video of him


arrogantly expressing his distaste for those who were not at the top of the social order.


Most of the people making a living on the streets were lowly ranked citizens. They


became furious after watching that video. A few of them had found opportunities to


create trouble for Caddy Lent.


The FBI did not give Li Du an answer and insisted that they did not know where Caddy


Lent was. Li Du did not insist but tried to get information through other methods.


He had transferred five hundred thousand dollars to Michael Reid. After the transfer was


complete, he called Reid to inquire about Caddy Lent.


The bank account that Reid had given Li Du belonged to his wife. After receiving the


money, he thanked Li Du profusely and said that he was planning to quit his job and use


the money to open a restaurant.


Li Du said, “I need your help again, Michael. I will give you another fifty thousand if you


find out where Caddy Lent is.”


Reid replied with difficulty, “I am just a prison officer, sorry, Mr. Li.”


Li Du said, “Let’s make it one hundred thousand. With this money, you can renovate


your restaurant so that it’s the top dining place in Miami.”


Although Reid was only a prison officer, Li Du believed that he was close to the police


administration. It would not be tough for him to find out where Caddy Lent was.


Indeed, Reid was tempted by the promise of more money. He said that he would try,


and after half an hour, he sent over an address, saying that was where Caddy Lent was.


Li Du looked at the address and laughed. The location was familiar. It was at Wynwood


Mr. Automatic Warehouse Company.


Bringing Brother Wolf and G.o.dzilla with him, he drove off to look for Caddy Lent in


Porter’s Cadillac.


Lent had taken the T series Ferrari and the Rolls-Royce. Li Du meant to ask him to give


back the cars.


Caddy Lent was hiding in the warehouse company. He must have been determined to


conceal himself as he had even locked up the main door. No pa.s.serby could tell that


someone was inside.


Unfortunately, it was Li Du he was dealing with. Li Du let out the little bug to search


around the warehouse. Very soon, it found Caddy Lent in one of the warehouses.


Lent, with great cunning, had prepared that warehouse for being a long-term refuge. He


made modifications to the place, such as a window on the roof that improved the


ventilation and lighting.


Moreover, there was even electricity in the warehouse. At that moment, Lent was


playing games and did not look as if the digs made at him by the outside world bothered


him.


Having located the warehouse, Li Du let out the little bug to absorb the time capability of


the lock.


After the lock was close to falling apart, Li Du walked over to yank it off. Smiling at


Caddy, Li Du said, “h.e.l.lo there, Lent.”


Caddy Lent was dumbfounded.

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