From the Indianapolis Star:
Pastor Davey Blackburn has made four national television appearances to speak out about the Nov. 10 killing of his wife.
Good Morning America
"Amanda didn't have an enemy in the world," Blackburn told Stephanopoulos. "This has baffled us as much as anybody."
Blackburn on Tuesday told NBC News Amanda Blackburn "didn't have an enemy in the world."
"We want to find whoever did this," Blackburn said. "It's such a conundrum. In our hearts, we want justice."
Blackburn said his wife is in "heaven with Jesus" in an appearance on Fox and FriendsThursday morning.
Co-host of the program, Steve Doocy, asked Blackburn about being questioned by police after the death.
"I guess that was to be expected on some level," Blackburn said, though he added that it was "difficult to swallow."
Blackburn asked anyone with information about the shooting to come forward during an appearance on Inside Edition Thursday afternoon.
"If anybody is withholding information, we would beg them, please come forward," he said.
He also shared the last words he said to his wife in the hospital.
"I told her that we knew how to do long distance 'cause we'd done it before and this wasn't something we couldn't overcome," Blackburn said.Question for IMPD: Why don't you have Amanda's journal?