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UPDATE: Police reportedly questioned three men Thursday in connection with the murder of Amanda Blackburn. Two were arrested on unrelated parole violations. 

The Indiana pastor whose pregnant wife was recently killed in a home invasion spoke to “Fox and Friends” this morning. 

Steve Doocy asked Davey Blackburn about early suspicions that he may have been involved in his wife's death. Police have since said he is not a suspect.

"I certainly understand that's always the first place they're going to investigate. I guess that was to be expected on some level," he said, adding that it was "difficult to swallow" at first.

"We don't have anything to hide," he said.

Blackburn then shared some memories of his wife.

“The most important thing about Amanda is that she absolutely loved Jesus Christ,” he said.

Blackburn said his wife had a unique knack of seeing the good in everything, from uplifting those around her to making a business out of restoring abandoned furniture.

She would say, “‘Just trust me, give me time, and I’ll make it into something beautiful.’”

“I love the fact that now she’s in heaven with Jesus, she sees that end result,” Blackburn said.

See more information about the case, here.

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