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Raylan is the main antagonist of the 2021 action-horror sequel to 2016's Don't BreatheDon't Breathe 2.
He is a vile leader of an organ trafficking ring who is determined to get the adopted daughter of Norman Nordstrom otherwise known as the Blind Man.
About eight years after the events of the first film, Raylan and his wife were working in a meth lab when his wife inadvertently triggered an explosion that poisoned her inner organs. Tara, later adopted by Norman Nordstrom and named Phoenix, narrowly escaped the lab's destruction before collapsing on the ground.
Since then, Raylan became the leader of a gang of organ robbers who set out to find his daughter in order to find his biological daughter.
Don't Breathe 2
After having Herandez murdered shortly after she took Phoenix home, they lure Norman's dog Shadow away and kill it. During the home invasion, one of the gang members tries to drown Phoenix out of her hiding place before opting to drop electric chords inside. During her escape, Phoenix confronts her father who affirms that she was his biological daughter by showing his streak of white hair.
When Raylan and the gang do catch Phoenix, Raylan sets the greenhouse on fire not caring that he would be leaving his pet dog inside due to him believing the dog was already dead. Despite being blind, Norman is able to escape and uses Raylan's dog to follow him to his hideout. After explaining the truth behind what happened while she was taken in by Norman, Raylan tells Phoenix that unlike with her adoptive father, she was not a prisoner and could leave. When she was about to leave, Phoenix meets her birth mother when she was singing a song to her.
After explaining that she had bad blood due to the explosion, her mother reveals that she needed her heart. To make matters worse, because they did not have the drugs and facility, Phoenix would be completely conscious as the surgeon removes her heart.
Norman arrives just in time and stages a black out. During then, he takes out the gang members sparing one when he is told where his adopted daughter was. He then gruesomely murders the surgeon. While fighting against Raylan, their view is temporarily disabled due to the smoke. Raylan shoots a few rounds believing that he got Norman. As the smoke cleared, however, he realizes that he accidentally shot his wife. Because she had Phoenix handcuffed to her to keep her from running away, her lifeless corpse goes backwards in her wheelchair and falls off a pit. As a means of avoiding the same fate, Phoenix grabs a knife and cuts off her mother's arm.
Distraught and enraged, Raylan continues to battle against the former veteran but he is grabbed by him. After telling him that he'd see what he saw, Norman smashes his eyes with his thumbs seemingly killing him. Norman confesses to Phoenix that he was a monster who had killed and raped as a desperate plea for her to leave him. Without warning, Raylan resurfaces and stabs Norman in the back. In retaliation, Phoenix stabs him in the chest causing him to plummet off the pit joining his wicked wife in death.
Realistically, his attempt to remove his daughter's heart to save his wife will not work since the heart of the child is not compatible to be transplanted to an adult body. Furthermore, in order to prevent any risks during operation, he should have more than one surgeon to conduct the operation while he only has one, which indicating the high risk of his wife demise due to surgery complication.