NY Post.com By Ben Feuerherd Wed., July 22, 2020
The men’s rights lawyer who killed the son of a New Jersey federal judge also likely fatally shot a fellow attorney in California about a week prior, the FBI said Wednesday.
The FBI’s Newark field office announced Roy Den Hollander’s link to the California slaying of Marc Angelucci in tweet Wednesday afternoon.
“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,” the office wrote in a tweet.
Earlier Wednesday, the Daily Beast reported federal authorities discovered Den Hollander was in California at the time of Angelucci’s slaying as they retraced his steps after he allegedly gunned down US District Judge Esther Salas’ son and wounded her husband on Sunday.
Den Hollander was found dead Monday with an apparent self-inflicted gunshot wound.
After the shooting at Salas’ house, a former acquaintance of Den Hollander said in a Facebook live video that the suspected killer was furious at Angelucci because they both brought cases claiming the selective service was discriminatory towards men.
“Roy was furious and beyond words furious, absolutely enraged that (the National Coalition for Men) and Marc Angelucci were getting into the selective service case,” Paul Elam said in the video, according to CNN.
“He viewed that as something proprietary for him. He saw Marc’s work in that respect as an intrusion into his space. He was more than angry about it, he was livid,” Elam added.
In a YouTube video, Elam added that he would be “shocked” if Den Hollander wasn’t the gunman who killed Angelucci.