The Grosse Pointe Park businessman who was sentenced to life in prison in the murder of his wife is asking for a new trial.
A labyrinth is being dedicated in memory of Jane Bashara, a suburban Detroit woman who was strangled three years ago.
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He told Judge Vonda Evans, “I loved my Jane dearly.”
“Even….Charlie Langton — a legal analyst — made a comment saying, and I quote, they made a monster of me.”
Prosecutors said Bashara wanted his wife out of the way so he could have a life of bondage and domination with women who called him “Master Bob.”
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Say what you will about Detroit, it’s never boring.
Testimony about dungeons, whippings and sex parties peppered the 10-week trial.
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“There are so many delays, the jury may forget the facts.”
Jurors were sent home early on day three of deliberations in the Bob Bashara murder trial.
A judge has turned down several requests from jurors deliberating the fate of a Grosse Pointe Park man charged with arranging his wife’s murder.