"Remember that Zetroc was once part of our company and nobody was too upset when he left...or when the half-orc was killed. In fact, nobody suggested that we go track down Zetroc at all...it was not even remotely discussed. We have to consider the possibility that Delphine left voluntarily as well. It would be unwise to dismiss that possibility."
Garak could care less about any of the people in the company past the point of where they provided him with a benefit. He knew that they were all useful in their own particular ways, but useful people were easily found and recruited, so each person in the company was expendable to the assassin. However, if they were going to be storming a bandit hideout, Garak knew that there would be much treasure to be gained, and he would need several arrow catchers to take the brunt of the fight. He felt that those in the room would be loyal, so for now, they gave him reason enough to stick around and not proceed forward with other henchmen...
Raz's comment about essentially torturing a bandit brought up a thought to the assassin. It wasn't that Garak cared at all about fairness. Clearly, Sigphan learned very well the true meaning of evil just the night before. However, the assassin wanted to make a point clear so he would not have to listen to a bunch of over zealous do-gooder talk in the future.
"Tell me, if it had been myself that suggested I use whatever techniques necessary to get information from a bandit, I would be labeled as evil. However, since Raz made the suggestion, and since it involves a piece of tail, nobody even takes note."
He looks at everybody to see if they even understand his point and then looks back at their informant. "Anything else? If not, I will go acquire some horses and a wagon. Give me an hour and meet me north of town."