Like I say we'll see what kind of professional the Brit is. One to respect, or one who rolls over on his employer by breaking a contract.
I am almost positive his contract did not include being a patsy. So the contract was likely already breached by the employer, thus rendering it null and void. Honorable or not, it's sheer stupidity to hold yourself to a contract that has been broken against you.
The thing is, you're assuming the only "correct" way for the Brit to act is your preconceived way as outlined a few posts ago. That that is the only respectable way for a mercenary to act.
But you see it in movies all the time where a criminal, ex-employee or merc will tip off the protagonist either directly or indirectly to strike back against their ex-employer for some slight or another, generally as a convenient plot node to set the protagonist off on the right path. (Or a red herring. Who's to say the Brit doesn't convincingly lie to us? My Insight wasn't THAT great)
Again, this is only over being slighted. In the Brit's case, intentionally being thrown to the wolves as a distraction. Neo even noted the Brit finds his present situation somewhat humiliating.
The fact of the matter is, why are you so against us getting information?
Heck, I'm not even saying he should tell us flat out "Oh here's the name". Nudging us in a direction to learn who the guy behind the curtain is without directly telling us isn't specifically telling us. Not everything is as black and white as you're making it out to be, and YOUR idea of honor isn't the ONLY version.
Basically, your comment stating that my check CAN'T produce the results is what annoyed me here. That is NOT your call to make. You then turn around and say you want to just threaten to eat his face to get him to talk? How is that better? By your own logic he'd sooner let his face be eaten than give up what he knows.
So in short, hush up.