When a brutally murdered John Doe turns out to be a Catholic priest leading a double life, blame falls upon a young man who was in a different state at the time of the murder. A wrongful conviction, mysterious pattern of priestly killings and an anonymous suicide at the confessional paint a twisted picture in this episode of Last Seen Alive.
James Harry Reyos was convicted of the murder of Father Patrick Ryan despite documented proof that he was in another state when the murder occured.
James Harry Reyos–still a wrongfully convicted murderer–pictured after he was released from prison early for good behavior.
James Harry Reyos sits in his small room in Austin, TX after his release from prison. He was confined to the room during nights and weekends, and monitored with an ankle monitor.
Father Patrick Ryan was murdered in an Odessa, TX motel room he’d checked into under a false name.
A timeline of Father Ryan’s murder and James’s whereabouts shows that it would’ve been physically impossible for James to commit the crime.