Denise Huskins and her boyfriend, Aaron Quinn, turn to each other at the end of a news conference on Monday in Vallejo. At left is Huskins’ attorney, Douglas Rappaport, and second from right is Quinn’s attorney, Daniel Russo. The lawyers for a couple in a kidnap-for-ransom case that police called a hoax are blasting investigators and asking that authorities set the record straight. Russo said Vallejo police detectives rushed to judgment and that he and Rappaport want the public perception of their clients changed.
Denise Huskins and her boyfriend, Aaron Quinn, turn to each other at the end of a news conference on Monday in Vallejo. At left is Huskins’ attorney, Douglas Rappaport, and second from right is Quinn’s attorney, Daniel Russo. The lawyers for a couple in a kidnap-for-ransom case that police called a hoax are blasting investigators and asking that authorities set the record straight. Russo said Vallejo police detectives rushed to judgment and that he and Rappaport want the public perception of their clients changed. Mike Jory Vallejo Times-Herald
Denise Huskins and her boyfriend, Aaron Quinn, turn to each other at the end of a news conference on Monday in Vallejo. At left is Huskins’ attorney, Douglas Rappaport, and second from right is Quinn’s attorney, Daniel Russo. The lawyers for a couple in a kidnap-for-ransom case that police called a hoax are blasting investigators and asking that authorities set the record straight. Russo said Vallejo police detectives rushed to judgment and that he and Rappaport want the public perception of their clients changed. Mike Jory Vallejo Times-Herald
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Orangevale Harvard law graduate a suspect in bizarre kidnapping once labeled a hoax

July 13, 2015 11:53 AM