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 murder trial had weeks of testimony about a broken marriage and a secret life in a comfortable Detroit suburb.
As the medical examiner detailed Jane’s brutal injuries, Bob Bashara shook his head and wiped away tears.
Nancy Bashara, said that her son asked her to put jewelry and coins into their joint safe deposit box and that she never looked in the bag. It was later found out, the box contained a gun.
Bob Bashara is accused of hiring his handyman, Joseph Gentz, to kill Bashara’s wife, Jane.
“He started crying…He said he had his wife killed,” Paul Monroe said.
Several witnesses have been call by the prosecution to talk about the defendant’s alternative sexual lifestyle.