Authorities believe a lawyer’s lawyer shot and killed a fellow lawyer in California before attacking the family of a federal judge in New Jersey and committing suicide.
Authorities in Los Angeles believe that a fellow lawyer in California shot and killed a fellow attorney in California, before attacking the family of a federal judge in New Jersey and dying by suicide.
On July 20, Roy Dane Hollander, 72, was found dead by suicide gunfire after killing the 20-year-old son of US District Judge Esther Salas and killing her husband. Sala was in another part of the house and was naked.
Investigators said Wednesday that they have evidence related to the New Jersey shooting for the July 11 death of attorney Mark Angelucci in San Bernardino County, California. Dan Hollander and Angelucci, 52, were involved in separate federal lawsuits seeking the US government to force all military women to join registration for a possible military draft.
Dan Hollander’s lawsuit, filed in 2015 on behalf of a woman in New Jersey, was assigned to Sala. He returned as a lawyer in the case a year before suffering from cancer.
When he died, Dan Hollander had Salas and New York State Chief Justice Janet M. Defor were items related to both. He also had a typed document containing information about a dozen or other women, some of them judges, two sources with first-hand knowledge of the material told the Associated Press. The three judges on the list declined to comment or did not withdraw messages demanding the AP.
In the county, Dan Hollander arrived at a train station in San Bernardino on July 7 and rented a car, the county sheriff’s office said in a news release on Friday. Officers released a photo of a man, wearing a mask, carrying items away from a food stand at the train station.
Authorities said Dan Hollander threw the rental car at Angelucci’s home, where he shot and killed him. Dan Hollander boarded the train from Union Station in Los Angeles to California and boarded the train. A photo at the station shows a man, again wearing a suitcase.
It was not clear whether Dan Hollander took a train around the country, and if the same gun was used in the shootings and suicides.
In both the California and New Jersey attacks, the suspect appeared as a delivery driver, a law enforcement officer previously told AP. Officials could not publicly discuss the ongoing investigation and spoke to the AP on condition of anonymity.
Dan Hollander described himself as an “anti-women” lawyer who filed lawsuits challenging the constitutionality of the “Ladies Night” promotion in bars and nightclubs, Columbia University to offer women’s studies classes Sued, and sued the news organizations over what they said was biased coverage.
In more than 2,000 pages of often misleading, racist writings posted online, Dan Hollander sharply criticized Sala and other female judges. He wanted to use the rest of his time on Earth to “even score” with his perceived enemies to use “cowboy justice”.
Dale from Philadelphia reported.