Marianne Quinn is the mother of Aaron Quinns, she recently talked about her details impression about the case in an interview with ABC 20/20 team.
She had a strong believe and stayed hopeful, despite facing numerous accusations and scrutiny from the world, yet she and her husband firmly believed that one day the storm will pass.
Aaron Quinns parents are currently residing in their home. They breathed a sigh of relief finally after the case of their son and daughter-in-law got solved.
When it all started, they addressed a joint letter to the federal judge ahead of his sentencing after Matthew Muller pled guilty to one count of kidnapping for ransom in connection with this harrowing case.
They helped them in many ways, by revealing some truth, they didn’t just talk about their son’s history but also about how he and Denise both have PTSD, are frequently physically withdrawn, and are dealing with an emotional wound that they can’t even understand.
“They are gradually healing from the trauma imposed on them by Muller and police enforcement,” they stated, adding that justice will not be served until the “aggressive, dangerous man” is held accountable for his acts.
Marianne Quinn knew that Aaron and Denise would always be together when everything was said and done, and she couldn’t be happier.
She loves Denise, after all, and she recognizes that no one else will understand what she and Aaron have been through but each other. She and Joseph reside in Penryn, California, where they enjoy a modest, quiet, and pleasant life.
They attempt to move on while supporting Aaron and Denise by being surrounded by their children and grandchildren.
Aaron Quinn is the son of Joseph and Marianne Quinn, who have never felt believed that Aaron and Denise Huskins made up their adventure. The same has been confirmed by Aaron’s brother, an FBI agent.
In fact, when it all started on March 23, 2015, his brother was the one who counseled him to call the cops as quickly as possible and to remain honest, even if he ended up being a murder suspect.
Joseph and Marianne were questioned about their son on the same day, and the former admitted that Aaron had never been in a fight before.
The 2015 story of Denise Huskins and Aaron Quinn’s home invasion and abduction case and its aftermath are profiled in an episode of ABC’s ’20/20:Taken’ airing on 15th April 2022.
The two had a once-in-a-lifetime encounter, but the authorities didn’t believe them until evidence led them to Matthew Daniel Muller.
However, the harm had already been done, particularly when their case was compared to the plot of ‘Gone Girl,’ the popular book and film. Their families were also subjected to public scrutiny, but they stood by them.