Questions, Inconsistencies Remain in Murder of Indiana Pastor's Wife
Authorities have said up to this point that an Indiana pastor is not a suspect in last week's murder of his pregnant wife.
On Monday, Indianapolis police released a surveillance image of a man identified as a possible suspect in the murder of 28-year-old Amanda Blackburn.
The black male, between 5'4" to 5'9" tall, was seen wearing a two-tone hoodie sweatshirt in the neighborhood. Police said the murder started as a home invasion.
On "Happening Now" today, attorney and Fox News anchor Gregg Jarrett broke down the case, including questions surrounding Blackburn's husband, pastor Davey Blackburn.
Jarrett emphasized that the pastor is not a person of interest, but must be investigated because in so many cases, husbands and boyfriends are involved when a female is murdered.
The pastor said he left the house at 6am on the morning of the murder to go to the gym, then found his wife when he returned.
Jarrett said another issue is that authorities cannot pin down the exact time that Amanda Blackburn was shot.
Therefore, Jarrett said police can't rule out that Amanda was shot before the pastor left.
Jarrett said the suspect in the surveillance image is said to have broken into a home nearby beforehand, but there was no sign of forced entry at the Blackburn home and nothing was taken.
In an interview with ABC News, Blackburn spoke about his wife's murder, saying she "didn't have an enemy in the world."
Jarrett noted that there was no "discernible" sadness, tears or anguish from the pastor during the interview.
He said all people grieve in different ways, but others have also pointed out that the pastor smiled at other points in the interview.
Watch Gregg's analysis above.
UPDATE: Police reportedly questioned three men Thursday in connection with the murder of Amanda Blackburn. Two were arrested on unrelated parole violations.