Thursday, February 9, 2012
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 …
Wednesday, February 8, 2012
Grosse Pointe Park and Michigan State police left the Bashara home shortly after 2 p.m. Wednesday after loading up the back of an unmarked silver minivan. Meanwhile, the man freed Friday from custody was spotted running into Park police department moments
Seven investigators spent about three hours in the home of Bob Bashara Wednesday reportedly gathering evidence on a search warrant. Bashara has been named a "person of interest" in the strangulation death of his wife, Jane E. Bashara, whose body was found last month in her SUV behind a vacant house in Detroit. Among the investigators at the Bashara home Wednesday were a Grosse Pointe Park detective, a Grosse Pointe Park patrol officer and at least one man and one woman wore gear marked with the Michigan State Police emblem. Two other men and a woman wearing casual clothing were also inside, believed to be investigators. One of those men left the house about 15 minutes before the larger group and another man left about 20 minutes after the …
Saturday, February 4, 2012
The husband of the late Jane E. Bashara answers questions about his relationship with her, their marriage and more during an hourlong interview with Local 4 WDIV TV.
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Friday, February 3, 2012
Grosse Pointe Park Public Safety Director David Hiller also asks that anyone with information related to the death of Jane Bashara to contact police.
Following a nearly two-hour press conference with the criminal defense attorney representing Bob Bashara on Friday, Grosse Pointe Park Public Safety Director David Hiller released a written statement declining to answer questions about the case. In the release, Hiller also asks that anyone with information pertaining to the strangulation death of Jane E. Bashara contact police. The release emphasizes the job of the police to do a complete and thorough investigation to "prove facts beyond a reasonable doubt." Meanwhile, WDIV Local 4 reports that the man who turned himself in earlier this week claiming to have information and to have witnessed at the very least Jane Bashara's death has been released from custody. They caught his release on …
The attorney representing Bob Bashara in connection with the strangulation death of his wife, Jane Bashara, held a press conference Friday at his office to answer questions of the media.
Following three days of his secretary being bombarded with about 360 media requests for interviews, attorney David Griem made the decision to not return calls but instead to hold a press conference at his law offices in downtown Detroit on Friday related to his client Bob Bashara. Bob Bashara has been identified as a "person of interest" in the strangulation death of his wife, Jane E. Bashara, whose body was found in the backseat of her SUV in Detroit last week. Among the highlights: Griem emphasized the effect the coverage is having on the Bashara children, Rob, 23, and Jessica, 20, saying for their sake more than anyone else's he hopes the case is solved. He also talked a great deal about the man who turned himself in earlier this week …