Men’s rights lawyer suspected of gunning down the son of a federal judge may have been hunting down enemies after being diagnosed with cancer, may be linked to the July 11 slaying of another attorney, his home in California
Anti-feminist lawyer, Roy Den Hollander, posed as a FedEx driver to gain access into the home of federal judge, Esther Salas, on Sunday evening
Hollander, 72, shot the Judge’s son, Daniel, 20, as he opened the door and injured her husband Mark Anderl
Daniel died but father, who was shot several times, is hospitalize in stable condition
Den Hollander, a terminal cancer victim, police say was targeting Judge Salas’ husband Mark Anderl, 63, in the gun attack
After the murder, he fled upstate New York to the Catskills where his body was found inside his car – beside him was an empty package addressed to judge Salas
Anderl was shot several times at the front door and is now in critical condition in the hospital, but Judge Salas is believed to have been in the basement during the shooting, was not harmed
Last week, she was assigned a civil financial fraud lawsuit against Deutsche Bank with inks to late billionaire pedophile, Geoffrey Epstein
Authorities also investigating a possible link between the NJ shooting and murder of attorney Marc Angelucci, who was shot at his California home in early July, allegedly by a man dressed in a FedEx uniform
Den Hollander in his online writings identified with the men’s rights movement in a recent phone call told a colleague that he ‘did not have long to live’
He called women “the real oppressors” and wrote online about his grievances against female judges
The appointment of judge Esther Salas to the federal court appeared to particularly irk Den Hollander who openly seethed in a self-published book, describing the judge as “a lazy and incompetent Latina judge appointed by Obama”
Earlier this month the bank agreed to pay a $150million fine for continuing to work with Epstein after he was convicted of soliciting underage prostitutes in 2008.
Judge Salas also sent TV stars Teresa and Joe Giudice from the Real Housewives of New Jersey to jail for tax evasion and fraud.
It’s unclear whether her husband is actively involved in any cases.
Friends say she often made remarks about her job making her a target for attacks but that recently, she was not concerned.
‘As a judge, she had threats from time to time, but everyone is saying that recently there had not been any,’ Francis ‘Mac’ Womack, the mayor of North Brunswick, New Jersey said.
‘She had some high-profile cases, and she was always a little concerned,’ Marion Costanza, who lives three doors down from the family, said.
She and Daniel were close, neighbors said, and she was devastated when he moved away from home to go to college.
‘I think she cried for a week and that’s just in D.C. He was her only child,’ Costanza added. She said Daniel was a good-natured boy who once brought her supplies during a snow storm.
‘There’s no one like them. They’re extremely good-natured. They would do anything for anyone,’ she said.
Anderl was a prosecutor for 10 years before switching to private practice. During his time in the prosecutor’s office, he tried more than 100 cases including 33 murder trials.
Judge Salas is believed to have been in the basement of the home during the shooting and was unharmed in the attack.
Judge Salas was appointed to the federal bench by President Obama. She is seen here at her swearing-in. Sitting behind [right] is her husband Mark Anderl. Her son Daniel is seated [second right] behind
Last week, Judge Salas was assigned a case with links to Jeffrey Epstein.
Some investors are suing Deutsche Bank and its CEO Christian Sewing, alleging the bank made false and misleading statements before it agreed to pay a $150 million fine for compliance failures linked to Jeffrey Epstein.
The lawsuit was filed on Wednesday in the U.S. District Court in Newark, New Jersey, and seeks unspecified damages.
The named plaintiff in the lawsuit, Ali Karimi, claims shareholders lost money because of Deutsche Bank’s dealings with the late disgraced financier, who was implicated in dozens of sexual abuse cases. Epstein died in custody last August at the age of 66.
New York regulators last week announced Deutsche Bank would pay the fine for ‘significant compliance failures’ over Epstein and two unrelated cases.
Deutsche Bank declined to comment on the lawsuit. Last week, it said the settlement showed ‘how important it is to continue investing in our controls and enhancing our anti-financial crime capabilities’.
Epstein, 66, was found hanged in his New York City prison cell in August 2019 after he was arrested on sex trafficking charges, and his death was ruled a suicide.
Rabid ant-feminist Roy Den Hollander and his Russian ex-wife Angelina in Moscow. He appears to begun loathing women after Angeline left him immoderately she secured her American residency papers
New York State Trooper stands guard near the spot where Roy Den Hollander allegedly killed himself while on the run
Salas had sat a judge on the U.S. District Court for New Jersey in Newark, for nine years and was the first Hispanic woman to serve on the federal bench in the state.
Before that she spent five years as a magistrate judge, and nine years prior to that as a federal public defender before President Barack Obama nominated her to serve as a District Court Judge in 2010.
The daughter of a Cuban mother and a Mexican father, Salas spent part of her childhood on welfare after a fire destroyed her Union City apartment, according to The Globe.
Salas met her husband when he was working as a prosecutor and she was working as a law school intern.
Her appointment to the upper courts appeared to particularly irk Den Hollander.
In one of his most recent cases, he openly seethed against a federal judge Esther Salas, whom he described in a self-published, 1,700-page book as “a lazy and incompetent Latina judge appointed by Obama.”
The daughter of a Cuban mother and a Jewish father from Mexico, Judge Esther Salas is prolific in giving back to the community. She would often gives talks to school children and gives tours of the court. her elevation to the federal court appeard to be kryptonite for Den Hollander i his writings
After his Hollanders’s death, the FBI contacted New York Chief Judge Janet DiFiore to report that her name and photo were found in Hollander’s car, the New York Times reported Monday.
The agents did not specify if they believed DiFiore was a possible target.
After the death of Roy Den Hollander on Monday FBI contacted New York Chief Judge Janet DiFiore [photo], who they believe was possible target
Authorities are also investigating a possible link to the shooting of attorney Marc Angelucci, who was shot at his California home earlier this month, allegedly by a man dressed in a Federal Express uniform, the outlet said.
Hollander even wrote about his revenge fantasies and cancer diagnosis in an online screed.
“Death’s hand is on my left shoulder.. nothing in this life matters anymore,” he wrote in a rambling manifesto. “The only problem with a life lived too long under Feminazi rule is that a man ends up with so many enemies he can’t even the score with all of them.”
Same killer or a copycat?: Authorities are also investigating a possible link between the NJ shooting and murder of attorney Marc Angelucci, who was shot at his California home in early July, allegedly by a man dressed in a FedEx uniform
Investigators said Den Hollander was also dressed as a Federal Express deliveryman when he rang the doorbell at Salas’ home around 5 p.m. Sunday and opened fire.
72-year-old Roy den Hollander, 72, said in an email to reporters in January that he was “painfully dying from metastasized cancer.”
Den Hollander who called women “the real oppressors” in a 2008 Fox News appearance and wrote online about his grievances against female judges, was known for filing frivolous lawsuits and misogynistic screeds about the “infringement of Men’s Rights by the Feminists,” published on his website.
He had one recent case in front of Salas, a challenge to the US military’s men-only draft, but removed himself from the case after his cancer diagnosis. When investigators discovered the body in his car on Monday, they found a package nearby that was addressed to Judge Salas, according to a law enforcement official. The package was empty.
Police outside the family’s home in New Jersey on Monday morning conducting investigations