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California / "Gone Girl" Kidnapping Case #1086579

CNN Evening News for Tuesday, Jul 14, 2015
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(New Orleans: Anderson Cooper) Report introduced.

(Vallejo: Kyung Lah) The ransom/kidnapping case of a northern California woman, Denise Huskins, featured; scenes shown of Denise & boyfriend Aaron Quinn, whom police had accused of staging the March 23 kidnapping by intruders, her abduction & release two days later. [Vallejo police Lt. Henry PARK@- speaks about wasting police resources in the Huskins-Quinn case.] The kidnapper's e-mails criticizing the police quoted; details given about the "Gone Girl" movie & the police tracking of Matthew Muller in another case. [Dublin police services Lt. Herb WALTERS@, Muller attorney Paul JOHNSON@, Vallejo police dept. Capt. John WHITNEY@- comment on the cases.] [Huskins attorney Douglas RAPPAPORT@- calls for an apology.] Other cases in the San Francisco area that may be connected to Muller discussed.

Reporter(s):
Cooper, Anderson;
Lah, Kyung
Duration:
00:05:50

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