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  • 'Their main concern is the way Vallejo operates," says mother of Aaron Quinn

    With kidnapper Matthew Muller sentenced to 40 years, Denise Huskins and Aaron Quinn are pursuing a civil lawsuit against the city of Vallejo and its police department, which wrongly accused the couple of making the whole thing up.

With kidnapper Matthew Muller sentenced to 40 years, Denise Huskins and Aaron Quinn are pursuing a civil lawsuit against the city of Vallejo and its police department, which wrongly accused the couple of making the whole thing up. Sam Stanton The Sacramento Bee
With kidnapper Matthew Muller sentenced to 40 years, Denise Huskins and Aaron Quinn are pursuing a civil lawsuit against the city of Vallejo and its police department, which wrongly accused the couple of making the whole thing up. Sam Stanton The Sacramento Bee
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Vallejo kidnap, rape victim faces fight with city that wrongly accused her of making it up.

April 11, 2017 2:58 PM

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