NORTH BRUNSWICK, N.J. – The men’s rights attorney who is suspected of fatally shooting a federal judge’s son and injuring her husband is now being eyed as a possible suspect in the shooting death of a fellow men’s rights attorney in California.
Roy Den Hollander, of Manhattan, is suspected of posing as a FedEx driver, approaching the North Brunswick home of Federal District Court Judge Esther Salas and shooting her husband, defense attorney Mark Anderl, and son, 20-year-old Daniel Anderl, who died from his injuries.
Now, federal investigators are examining Hollander to see if he had any role in the killing of Marc Angelucci, who was killed earlier this month in San Bernardino County, California, a federal law enforcement official told the Associated Press.
The official cautioned the investigation was in its early stages and federal officials were working with local homicide detectives.
In both cases, the suspect appeared to pose as a delivery driver, the official said.
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Investigators are also examining Den Hollander’s financial and travel records, as well as misogynistic screeds he posted online, the official said.
Den Hollander had a link on his website to a document called “Girl Jokes” where a list of sexist jokes were posted.
“Girls will go to the ends of the earth to find a man, they’ll just make it look like the guy’s doing,” one joke went.
“I have a computer to fight with—who needs a wife,” was another.
The official who spoke to the AP could not discuss an ongoing investigation publicly and spoke on condition of anonymity.
Den Hollander was a self-described “anti-feminist” attorney who filed multiple lawsuits challenging what he saw as unfair treatment of men. One suit alleged that “ladies night” promotions at bars and nightclubs were unconstitutional.
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He was found dead Monday in Sullivan County, New York, two officials with knowledge of the investigation told the AP.
Contributing: Associated Press. Follow Nick Muscavage on Twitter: @nmuscavage.
This article originally appeared on Bridgewater Courier News: Esther Salas: Roy Hollander eyed in fatal shooting of California attorney