GOP Activist Alex Talcott Fatally Stabbed in New Hampshire Residence

09:52 28.08.2023

"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." Talcott, who worked as a real estate finance attorney, also served as the general counsel and director of New Constellation Capital, a real estate firm. He was also an adjunct instructor in business law and finance at the University of New Hampshire.

In an interview last November, Talcott discussed his background, mentioning that he received a public schooling in an affluent New York suburb and married a prestigious prep school alumna. He and his wife chose to homeschool their three children. Talcott spoke about his commitment to making society as just and glorious as possible, citing it as his primary motivation for his work.

According to the autopsy conducted, Talcott died from a fatal stab wound to the neck. The New Hampshire Attorney General's Office ruled the death as a homicide and announced that the parties involved had been identified. While no arrests have been made, authorities have stated that they believe there is no danger to the public.

William O'Brien, the state director of the RNLA in New Hampshire, expressed his condolences and praised Talcott's dedication to the Republican Party's core values. O'Brien described Talcott as an exceptional advocate for the rule of law and fair elections, stating that his contributions to the shared vision of liberty through legal processes would always be honored.

Talcott's tragic death has left a void in the Republican Party and the legal community. Colleagues and friends remember him as a passionate and selfless individual who was always ready to lend a helping hand. As the investigation into his death continues, many mourn the loss of a dedicated advocate for conservative principles and a beloved member of their community.

/ Monday, August 28, 2023, 9:52 AM /

themes:  New York (state)  New Hampshire

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