Actor Robert Blake answers questions after being found not guilty of murdering wife Bonnie Lee Bakley
Actor Robert Blake gestures as he takes a question at a news conference after Blake was found not guilty of murdering his wife, Bonnie Lee Bakley, nearly four years ago, as the jury in his murder trial returned the verdict after over a week of deliberations in Los Angeles March 16, 2005, as one his attorneys consoles him. The jury also found Blake not guilty on one charge of solicitation of murder, but deadlocked on a second charge of solicitation of murder involving former stuntman Ronald ""Duffy'' Hambleton.
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