A Republican activist and lawyer was found stabbed to death in his home on Saturday.
Alexander Talcott, 41, was found in his Durham, New Hampshire, home, according to police.
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"The New Hampshire Attorney General’s Office’s indicated in a Sunday statement that a medical examiner had ruled the lawyer’s death to be a homicide," the Western Journal reported.
"The state director of the New Hampshire chapter of the Republican National Lawyers Association memorialized Talcott in a statement provided to WBTS," it added.
The suspicious death of a 41-year-old Republican activist was a homicide that occurred at his home in Durham, New Hampshire, officials ruled Sunday. https://t.co/pghhlZpD8f
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"Authorities have since identified the people involved in the case and they are now working to determine if the person who stabbed Talcott was acting in self-defense at the time," Breitbart News reported.
"That individual’s name has not been made public and officials are still investigating exactly what happened," it continued.
A well-respected Republican legal activist was fatally stabbed in the neck inside his New Hampshire home this weekend, according to the New Hampshire Attorney General’s Office. https://t.co/ll4H4NPvZG pic.twitter.com/PpiuVujH6D
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“Alex was an exceptionally skilled champion for the rule of law and the importance of fair and honest elections. We will forever honor Alex’s selfless dedication and profound contributions to our shared vision of liberty through legal processes,” the state director for the New Hampshire chapter of the Republican National Lawyers Association William O’Brien said.
“His legacy will undoubtedly inspire future generations within the RNLA and the greater legal community," he added.
Talcott was previously the leader of the state Republican legal group, leaving a deep impact in the organization and leaving friends in shock over his tragic death.
“He always wanted to do more and he was very helpful. He wanted to help. He came to me many times just asking, ‘Hey Chris, how can I help?’ Never asking for anything in return. He was that kind of person. We’re really going to miss him a lot,” colleague Chris Ager noted.
The death has currently been ruled a homicide, with investigators continuing to seek details in the case. His friends and fellow conservatives in New Hampshire now seek to make sense of the situation and hope that the person involved in the death is brought to justice.