Bashara, Daughter on Good Morning America
Bob Bashara and his daughter talk with Good Morning America about the death of his wife, her mother and the ongoing investigation.
One day after Michigan State Police and Grosse Pointe Park police returned to the Bashara home to look for additional evidence, Bob Bashara tells Good Morning America he is not responsible for his wife's death.
Jane Bashara was found strangled to death in her SUV behind a vacant home in Detroit Jan. 25. Her death was ruled a homicide and Grosse Pointe Park Department of Public Safety Director David Hiller identified Bob Bashara as a "person of interest" in the days after her body was found.
The couple's daughter, Jessica Bashara, also talked to Good Morning America, speaking in defense of her father and talking briefly about their relationship, which she said was good. She said there was no violence between her mother and her father and they always worked out their disagreements by talking to each other.
The case has received intense media attention from the many Detroit area media outlets as well as nationally from CNN's Headline News, Good Morning America and more. Media members have been camped out in front of the Bashara home since Jane's death was ruled a homicide. Bob Bashara's attorney, David Griem, has spoken to media, fluctuating in his thoughts about whether his client will be charged. Most recently, he told Detroit News he believes Bob Bashara will be charged.
Grosse Pointe Park investigators are declining to comment and Hiller issued a statement saying the department would not answer questions about the case, which they need to prove "beyond a reasonable doubt."
No arrests have been made but the man who turned himself in last week, Joe Gentz, with information about Jane Bashara's death was released and he briefly spoke with WDIV-TV Wednesday.
Meanwhile, no information has been passed along to the Wayne County Prosecutor's Office related to an arrest warrant.