Well, why wouldn't Tony have known about the bioweapon? Wasn't he with Jack at the site where the bioweapon was unloaded? Wasn't that where Jack decided to not let the security guard get blown away? Jack drove off in the truck and Tony got captured?
So can we agree on this point:
Tony couldn't be a member of Starkwood - or at least Hodge's Starkwood - because he wouldn't have been tortured. And he wouldn't have been set-up to tell Jack about what was going on at Starkwood? So any logical script would have to tell us why Tony would be against Starkwood having the bioweapon, but also have to explain why Tony thought it was fine to steal some for another group? And this group must be either who he works for or who is paying him?
Can we also agree Olivia is a skanky ho?
Just threw that in.
As for the overseer group, it doesn't matter what you call them. I don't know their name because I don't know who Tony is working for. I assume it would make sense since Hodges brought up this William Cooper-size conspiracy in that Starkwood wasn't the key player, but only a cog in the wheel of a larger group. Would hierarchy be better? Ringleaders? I don't see why it would matter and still don't see why the script is not making sense if Tony always knew.
I was multi-tasking that one episode so it may be I missed something, but things are fitting into place.
Oh, except for that news story ... did that run? If it didn't why? If it did why doesn't anyone know?