Jury Selection in Jamie Hahn Murder Begins as Stories Surface of “Metrosexual” Ménages and Money Laundering

I didn’t even know what metrosexual meant—I had to look it up.  But, my emails were filled over the weekend with people wondering if the sleazy details swirling around this murder trial would make it’s way out into mainstream media.

Jonathan Broyhill is accused of stabbing Jamie Hahn 14 times and killing her.

Jury selection starts today

Legal sources keeping an eye on the trial say that if if a plea is reached you can expect to see it around the first 2-3 days of prosecution testimony.

A reporter from the N&O dropped a interesting blurb in her article about the beginning of the trial saying that “Broyhill’s Volvo was often parked at Hahn’s residence.”

In media language—that’s a way of throwing out the metrosexual ménage back story to see if it can catch fire.

In any event, if this case actually does go to trial—it will bring attention, not only to the possible back stories, but to the handling of over $4 million of money Jamie raised as a fundraiser including that of Amendment One money raised.

Updated at 10:58 am


About George Fisher

George is a freelance writer, an author and a Democratic political consultant. He has worked as Deputy Communications Director for a Senatorial campaign and Campaign Manager for several NC House races and one congressional race. He previously worked as a news producer for a local television station.
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One Response to Jury Selection in Jamie Hahn Murder Begins as Stories Surface of “Metrosexual” Ménages and Money Laundering

  1. L.F. Eason says:

    “Either write something worth reading or do something worth writing”? Hopefully the spirit of Ben Franklin will haunt you to your grave for debasing his quote with such indefensible denigration!

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