Back in the present, Rebecca asks Billy if he truly did kill 23 innocent villagers. Billy then tells her to forget about it, as by this point, it really won't matter especially given it was in the past, and reminds her that she said she wouldn't judge. Rebecca then explained that she's not judging him, but that doesn't mean that it doesn't matter whether he did those things or not. She then explains that her group, S.T.A.R.S. Bravo team, had thought he had been the one who killed the MPs near the van, and admits she suspects he was innocent of that. She then asked him if it was the zombie dogs that were responsible for attacking the van, and theorized that was when he escaped. Billy then explains to Rebecca that he's only got two choices left by now: Either report to the marines and serve out his sentencing, or otherwise continue to be on the run indefinitely.
REBECCA: So... did you execute those innocent people?
BILLY: Forget about it. It doesn't matter anymore. That was then, this is now. Besides, you said you wouldn't judge me.
REBECCA: I'm not judging you. But it does matter. Look, now my people think you killed those MPs in the van but I don't think you did. It was those zombie dogs, right? When they attacked the van, you were able to escape. Isn't that right?
BILLY: You don't get it. I've only got two choices left: Either report to the marines and serve out my sentence or keep on running for as long as I can. That's all.
レベッカ: 私 そうは思わない
- In the original script, Rebecca suggests that the "monsters" (化け物たち bakemono-tachi ) attacked the MP vechicle and killed the personnel. She does not specify "zombie dogs". This mistake might have occurred due to similar wording used in the Fugitive cutscene.
- In the original script, Billy reiterates that if he turns himself in to the military, he is going to be executed.
- ↑ Resident Evil Zero HD Remaster, Gallery.