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Hi

Knox (police officer) and Hayes (general) were trying to catch an assassin called John Carr. At some point the narrator says:

And from what Knox had learned about John Carr's military past, Hayes was definitely playing his own agenda on this one.

Does it mean: Everything Knox learned about John Carr's military past, Hayes was using for his own purposes?
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No, the first clause is not involved in the second clause like that. The first clause is just a hint to Knox that Hayes is doing whatever he's doing for his own purposes.
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Ok, I understand it now. Thanks.