Leon and Ashley are stopped from exiting the church by a group of cultists armed with crossbows. Their leader identifies himself as Osmund Saddler, the group's charismatic leader. He explains his reasons for kidnapping Ashley Graham: to influence the judgement of the President to extort money for his cult's operations. He also reveals that Ashley and Leon have been parasitised and will soon fall under his control.
The Japanese transcript was obtained from ghiaccio.sakura.ne.jp.
Osmund Saddler: I'll take the girl.
Leon S. Kennedy: Who are you?
Saddler: If you must know, my name is Osmund Saddler, the master of this fine... religious community.
Leon: What do you want?
Saddler: To demonstrate to the whole world our astounding power, of course. No longer will the United States think they can police the world forever. So we kidnapped the President's daughter in order to give her a power, and then send her back.
Ashley Graham: No... Leon, I think they shot something in my neck.
Leon: What did you do to her?
Saddler: We just planted her a little gift. Oh, there is going to be one hell of a party when she returns home to her loving father. But before that I thought I might bargain with the President for some donation. Believe it or not, it takes quite a lot of money to get this church up and running.
Leon: Faith and money will lead you nowhere, Saddler.
Saddler: Oh, I believe I forgot to tell you that we gave you the same gift.
Leon: When I was unconscious...
Saddler: Oh, I truly hope you like our small but special contributions. When the eggs hatch, you'll become my puppets. Involuntarily, you'll do as I say. I'll have total control over your mind. Don't you think this is a revolutionary way to promulgate one's faith?
Leon: Sounds more like an alien invasion if you ask me.
Leon: You okay?
Ashley: Leon, what's gonna happen to us?
Leon: Don't worry. We got into this mess, we can get out of it.
Osmund Saddler: その娘を返してもらおうか
Leon S. Kennedy: 誰だ？
Ashley Graham: まさか…
Ashley: レオン この先どうなるの？
- バイオハザード4 全セリフ集 (Japanese). ghiaccio.sakura.ne.jp. Retrieved on 2018-05-31.