Anti-feminist lawyer Roy Den Hollander who 'killed judge’s son' is suspect in shooting of men's rights attorney

THE anti-feminist lawyer suspected of gunning down a federal judge's son has been confirmed as the suspect in the fatal shooting of a men's rights attorney in California.

Roy Den Hollander, 72, is suspected of killing Marc Angelucci, 52, whose body was found "unresponsive and suffering from apparent gunshot wounds" on July 11 in Cedarpines Park, authorities said.


Angelucci was shot and killed in front of his home in the California suburb, the National Coalition for Men told WGCL.

He was pronounced dead at the scene, according to the San Bernardino County Sheriff's Office said in a news release on Friday.

Surveillance footage showed Den Hollander arriving at a San Bernardino train station on July 7 and rented a car.

"On July 11, 2020, Den Hollander drove his rental car to Marc Angelucci's residence where he shot and killed him," the news release said.

"Hollander immediately fled the area in his rental car. After the murder, Den Hollander boarded a train at Union Station in Los Angeles and left California."


In a shocking twist, the FBI on Friday confirmed they have evidence linking Den Hollander to Angelucci's murder.

An FBI investigation suggests that Den Hollander killed Angelucci, a perceived rival who was also part of the men's rights movement.

Angelucci founded the Los Angeles chapter of the National Coalition for Men (NCFM), a controversial group that describes itself as "a nonprofit organization that raises awareness about the ways sex discrimination affects men and boys."

NCFM president Harry Crouch that Den Hollander had once been on the organization's board but was removed after threatening Crouch.

CNN reported the FBI probe also revealed he attacked the family of District Court Judge Esther Salas, a perceived judicial enemy,before he killed himself.

Den Hollander fatally shot Salas' 20-year-old son Daniel Anderl, and critically wounded her 63-year-old husband Mark Anderl, when he sprayed their New Jersey home with bullets while dressed as a FedEx driver.



Salas’ husband Mark remains in hospital and is in critical condition after being shot several times when he opened the door to the killer.

The brutal attack came days after the federal judge was assigned a case linked to late pedophile financier Jeffrey Epstein.

Paul Elam, a friend of Angelucci's and fellow men's rights activist, said Den Hollander "had a motive to kill".

"He was furious," Elam said in a live video posted on social media this week.

According to Elam, Den Hollander harbored a years-long grudge against Angelucci because they both represented cases that contested the selective service registration only applying to men, saying it was discriminatory.

In the rambling manifesto he wrote this year, Den Hollander slammed Salas, who was overseeing a lawsuit he filed in 2015 against a woman who wanted to register for the men-only military draft.


Salas was nominated by President Barack Obama and confirmed in 2011.

Den Hollander previously referred to the Newark-based Salas as "this hot Latina Judge in the US District Court for New Jersey whom Obama had appointed."

"At first, I wanted to ask the Judge out, but thought she might hold me in contempt," he wrote.

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