Grosse Pointe Park
Briefly Declared ‘Medically Unfit’ For Trial, Bob Bashara To Return To Court For Deliberations Thursday
“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.
Jurors in the trial of Grosse Pointe Park businessman Bob Bashara have plenty of evidence to consider before reaching a verdict.
The sheds that block a roadway between the poverty-pocked east side of Detroit and upscale Grosse Pointe Park aren’t expected to be removed anytime soon.
Bob Bashara is charged with first-degree murder, conspiracy and solicitation of murder in the 2012 death of his wife, Jane.
“He started crying…He said he had his wife killed,” Paul Monroe said.
Bob Bashara’s one-time mistress testified Thursday that she thought she was the reason that his wife Jane Bashara was murdered.
Prosecutors claim Bashara had his wife killed so he could live a new life with a woman who called him “Master Bob.”
A metro Detroit handyman turned hitman says he will not testify.