The pressure on several banks in Portugal, Spain, Italy, and Poland influenced big business in the telecoms industry, in which they were involved.
For that influence, the Leilac team received funding for the research and development of graphene applications in polymers and significant support from the petrochemical industry.
Leilac flew to Madrid to meet with his Spanish team’s press agent, an award-winning former journalist, and deliver to another journalist the documents that showed the relationship with banks, takeovers, and corruption with telecoms in which Angola had interests.
He traveled to Madrid with Paty, his recent friend. Paty was a Portuguese woman, marketing director of the world’s leading producers of Porto wine, who was unaware that Leilac was an “assassin.” They had much fun touring and having sex in various public places in Madrid.