Update: FBI Links Suspect in Federal Judge Attack

Update: FBI Links Suspect in Federal Judge Attack

(UnitedVoice.com) – On Sunday evening, questions surfaced as to why someone would open fire on the family of a New Jersey federal judge in a shooting that left one dead and another seriously injured. Judge Esther Salas’ son was shot and killed, and her husband was critically injured by a man disguised as a FedEx delivery driver. Now, the FBI believes they have their suspect.

Roy Den Hollander was found dead in Sullivan County, New York, with a self-inflicted gunshot wound. In a self-published book online, the FBI discovered derogatory statements Hollander, an attorney and anti-feminist, made about Salas. In 2015, he challenged the constitutionality of the all-male military draft before Judge Salas.

Since discovering Hollander’s remains, the FBI has linked him to a killing in California. On July 11, Marc Angelucci was murdered in a similar way. A man dressed as a delivery driver shot and killed Angelucci, who was serving as the vice president of the National Coalition for Men. Five years ago, Hollander was kicked out of the organization. President Harry Crouch said it was because Hollander was a “nut job.”

Along with Hollander’s remains, was an envelope and gun used in the suicide. The FBI believes the weapon matches the one used in the attack on the judge’s family. The gun is also being tested in the Angelucci case. Ballistic tests are pending.

Regarding the envelope, the information in it may contain information about Angelucci’s passing. The suspect’s car also included information about New York State Judge Janet DiFiore. The state is providing her added protection as a safety measure.

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