FBI links anti-feminist lawyer who killed New Jersey judge’s son to the murder of an attorney at his California home two weeks ago
The FBI is linking the anti-feminist lawyer who murdered a New Jersey judge’s son on Sunday to the murder of a rival attorney in California earlier this month after learning that he was in the same state at the time of the killing.
Roy Den Hollander is now believed to have been involved in the shooting death of Marc Angelucci in California at the start of July. The motive is as yet unknown.
Hollander is then thought to have returned to the East Coast where he killed Judge Esther Salas’s 20-year-old son Daniel on Sunday during an attack on the family.
She was unharmed. He’d fumed about her in online posts where he called her ‘hot’ but ‘lazy’ and ‘Latina’.
Hollander, 72, killed himself in the Catskills after Sunday’s shooting. He had recently been diagnosed with cancer.
In a tweet on Wednesday, the FBI’s Newark Bureau tweeted: ‘As the FBI continues the investigation into the attack at the home of US District Court Judge Esther Salas, we are now engaged with the San Bernardino CA Sheriff’s Office and have evidence linking the murder of Marc Angelucci to FBI Newark subject Roy Den Hollander.’
It came after law enforcement sources told The Daily Beast that they knew Hollander was in California when Angelucci was killed.
‘We do see him in California on the relevant dates,’ the unnamed source said.
Roy Den Hollander is now believed to have been involved in the shooting death of Marc Angelucci in California at the start of July