Transcript for Find Out What Matthew Muller Is Saying From Jail
Right now the latest in the bizarre kidnapping case in California. The family of one of the families is speaking out. Aaron Quinn's mom angry at the police for calling the abduction a hoax and learning more about the suspect, as well, ABC's Cecilia Vega has the story. Reporter: This morning a family outraged. They cost us a lot of pain and they didn't care. Reporter: This mother speaking out for the first time saying her son Aaron Quinn and his girlfriend Denise Huskins were not just victims of a bizarre abduction plot, they were wronged by the very police department that was supposed to help them. Once they said it was a hoax, it had to be a hoax. They dug themselves a hole and they were going to stay in it. Reporter: It was a story so incredible Vallejo police didn't believe it. Mr. Quinn and miss Huskins has plundered valuable resources away from our community. Reporter: Overnight ABC news obtaining this photo someone claiming to be Huskins' kidnapper sent it to the "San Francisco chronicle" showing a spray painted water gun with a laser pointer and flashlight taped together allegedly used in the abduction. The FBI arresting 38-year-old Matthew muller and now new details about the accused mastermind, his lawyer says he suffered from bipolar disorder for years. It sounds to me like you're setting yourself and your client up for an insanity defense. It's certainly something we're going to think about. There was a lot of things that were going on in Mr. Muller's life that were consistent with a person that was suffering from a mental disease. Reporter: Huskins and Quinn, though vindicated are still suffering too. It will always haunt them, but knowing that they are committed to helping others, I think that will overcome it. Reporter: For "Good morning America," Cecilia Vega, ABC news, Vallejo, California.
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