A family member holds a photo of Jamie Hahn as  Jonathan Broyhill‘s murder trial continues March 5 in  Wake County. Broyhill is accused of killing Jamie Kirk Hahn, a rising star among Democratic strategists and fundraisers, and attempting to kill her husband and his childhood friend, Nation Hahn.
A family member holds a photo of Jamie Hahn as Jonathan Broyhill‘s murder trial continues March 5 in Wake County. Broyhill is accused of killing Jamie Kirk Hahn, a rising star among Democratic strategists and fundraisers, and attempting to kill her husband and his childhood friend, Nation Hahn. Chris Seward cseward@newsobserver.com
A family member holds a photo of Jamie Hahn as Jonathan Broyhill‘s murder trial continues March 5 in Wake County. Broyhill is accused of killing Jamie Kirk Hahn, a rising star among Democratic strategists and fundraisers, and attempting to kill her husband and his childhood friend, Nation Hahn. Chris Seward cseward@newsobserver.com

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