Denise Huskins and Aaron Quinn on their wedding day./Aaron Quinn and Denise Huskins with their daughter Olivia.
Denise Huskins and Aaron Quinn were the victims of such a strange kidnapping case. The Vallejo police thought he was unbelievable and compared him to the book and movie « Gone Girl ». Today her tragedy came to a happy end. They are now married with a daughter in 2021.
Quinn and Huskins married in 2018, and both found their voice by speaking out on the case. The couple wrote a book entitled « Victim F: From Crime Victims to Suspects to Survivors, » which will be released on June 8, 2021. They also speak out loudly about their case and advocate for other crime victims on their Facebook pages. While Huskins is getting louder on social media, Quinn is defending her against internet trolls who are still calling the case a joke.
Matthew Muller, a Gulf War Navy veteran and Harvard-trained attorney, was tried in federal court in 2017 Sentenced of kidnapping, but has not yet been tried on his California charges, according to his prison records. Read more about the case here. Huskins and Quinn spoke to ABC 20/20 about their experience, saying that their trauma was inflicted by both Muller and the judiciary. The episode will air at 9 p.m. Easter time is June 4th, 2021.
Huskins and Quinn have a one-year-old daughter who, according to Huskins ABC 20/20, filled a void in her life.
“You can go through any kind of trauma until you hit the ground destroyed and to a place where you just think, ‘It is impossible to get on from here. What do I do next? ’ » She told ABC News. “I think ours is an example of this. There is hope. It can take some time and a lot of hard work, but there is hope. ”
Huskins shares some tender moments with her daughter on her Facebook page. On June 2, 2021, she wrote about the baby’s love of music.
Our one year old daughter loves Brandi Carlile, especially this song with Alicia Keys. It moves me to tears every time I hear it, especially as we prepare to publish our book and speak publicly. In the years of being silent, we have been inspired and empowered by fellow survivors who courageously used their voices.
“I have a voice; Started as a whisper, turned into a scream; Made a nice noise … and I’ll let it speak for those who are not really free yet … «
After their terrible ordeal, Quinn and Huskins thought of each other, they said 20/20. Quinn was afraid Huskins didn’t want to see him, but she said on the show that she thought about how safe she felt in his arms. At the same time, she told ABC that she was “sick with anticipation” and wondered if he thought she was “that terrible liar”.
“I just wanted to hold her. I just wanted to tell her I’m sorry, ”Quinn told ABC. « I was really scared that she wouldn’t want to see me … that she just wanted to wipe her hands. »
While they may have been worried about where their relationship would lead, Marianne Quinn said on the show that she knew that they would be connected for a lifetime.
They married in Monterey, California in 2018, ABC News reported. Aaron Quinn told reporters that her first dance as husband and wife was Dierks Bentley’s « Riser. » He described the song to ABC as « very much about overcoming tragedy and rising from the ashes like a phoenix. » They prepared for their wedding at the same time as they prepared for a trial, Huskins wrote on September 19, 2018 on Facebook. She shared an article stating that Matthew Muller, now convicted on the case, would likely cross-examine her.
So this is what is happening.
I honestly don’t even have words to describe what we’re feeling.
This is the easiest way for me to let friends and family know this will happen next week, the week of our wedding.
We appreciate all thoughts, prayers and support. We will surely need it when we enter this next battle. But we WILL be ready to celebrate our wedding anniversary!
Six days later, she wrote that the hearing had been postponed for a month and that you could « leave it all alone and enjoy a fabulous wedding weekend ». </ Quinn and Huskins sued Vallejo City, the Vallejo Police Department, and several officials in 2016 on defamation and other allegations, according to ABC News. The news agency reported that the case was settled out of court for $ 2.5 million with no party admitting wrongdoing.
In December 2020, John Whitney, who was the police chief of Vallejo during the case, filed a lawsuit City and police for wrongful dismissal, reported ABC News. The lawsuit alleges that he was wrongly dismissed « for speaking out on a variety of subjects that he described as wrongdoing, including those related to the Huskin and Aaron Quinn case, » and that the former police chief told him ABC reported.
The city of Vallejo and the Vallejo Police Department have no explanations on the until June 3, 2021 Allegations of Whitney’s lawsuit filed, reported ABC News.
Huskins wrote in 2017 that some people online still claimed they lied about the attack. She shared a post on Facebook on January 1, 2017 describing the PTSD symptoms she was causing in her.
After reading this, I got into one of my many PTSD episodes of terror. My jaw and back ache from the deep, intense tremors and knee-jerk tension my whole body gets into. My eyes are sore and red with uncontrollable tears. I am completely exhausted, every inch of my body is tired of the horror it fought. That was its goal and I couldn’t fight it. Congratulations, someone I’ve never met, never heard of, who hates me so much that he went out of his way to convey this disgusting, humiliating, dehumanizing outrage to me.
Quinn also shared the post, saying Huskins was his « hero » and should be treated as such by others.
I’m posting this because I can’t believe how much unwarranted hatred Denise Huskins has received from the outright lie of law enforcement . That message was sent yesterday, more than a year and a half after one of the kidnappers was caught. Denise endured unimaginable horrors and should have been treated like a heroine when she got home, but instead she continues to endure hideous messages like these. Even so, she behaves with love and grace. She is my favorite person and undoubtedly my hero.
Please remember that words are powerful, use them to lift people up instead of pulling them down.
On the first anniversary of the kidnapping, March 21, 2016, Quinn shared a sunrise photo and a message of hope .
That day last year, Denise Huskins and I woke up to a living nightmare of organized intruders trying to harm us. This pain has been exacerbated by those who have vowed to protect us. It’s been a terrible year, the scars from this event will stay with us for the rest of our lives, but today we are grateful to watch the sunrise over the clouds at Haleakala Volcano. We would not be here without the love and support of our families and friends. We have suffered from the evil in people, but we were also abolished by the good. I don’t know what the future holds, but I am confident that “whoever has a“ why ”to live for; can endure almost every « how »
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