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Money May Be Linked To Stabbing Death
Written by Bruce Ferrell   
Thursday, 25 April 2013 02:13

RALEIGH – It now appears a dispute over campaign contributions could be a factor in the stabbing death of a political strategist.

While police have not confirmed that money is a motive in the stabbing death of 29-year-old Jamie Kirk Hahn, there are reports the man charged in the case – 31 year old Jon Broyhill -- was an accountant for the political campaign linked to Hahn’s consulting firm. There are also reports that refunds due to some contributions to the campaign of former Democratic Rep. Brad Miller were never paid.

Miller’s campaign was a client of Jamie Hahn’s consulting firm, Sky Blue Strategies, where Broyhill worked as an accountant.

Jamie Hahn died Wednesday from stab wounds after the incident Monday in a Raleigh home. Her husband, Nation Hahn was also injured. Broyhill, who was the best man at their wedding in 2009, is facing murder charges.

Police have said is that the motive was not domestic in nature.

Funeral services for Jamie Hahn are scheduled for Saturday at Pullen Memorial Baptist Church.

 

 
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