In that vehicle, investigators found a package addressed to Salas and a photo of another judge, New York State Chief Judge Janet M. DiFore. The FBI agents did not indicate whether Den Hollander had meant to target DiFiore, he said.
On Monday, the Federal Bureau of Investigation identified Den Hollander, an "anti-feminist" attorney with a long list of personal grievances and sexist and racist views, as the primary suspect in an ambush shooting at the New Jersey home of US District Court Judge Esther Salas. The judge, who stayed in the basement at the time, was unharmed. Anderl's law partner, David Oakley, told Law360 that Anderl was in surgery for a second time on Monday afternoon and was in critical condition.
Two police sources told CNN that the suspect died of what is believed to be a self-inflicted gunshot wound.
In both deadly attacks, the killer posed as a delivery driver, according to a law enforcement source.
Hollander left the ongoing case past year after telling the litigator taking over the case that he had terminal cancer. Her student son Daniel, 20, was killed, and her husband, defence lawyer Mark Anderl, 63, was injured.
It also links to another site Hollander appears to have run, "been-scammed.com", which describes at great length his marriage and divorce from a Russian woman, who he said turned out to be a sex worker that took advantage of him. Salas became the first Latina judge of the United States District Court in 2011 after President Barack Obama nominated her to the bench and the Senate confirmed her.
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Rookies were set to report July 21, though at least one team - the Green Bay Packers - pushed that date back. He added that "if players do not show up on time, they can be fined or considered in breach of contract".
"I want to start today by offering my prayers and I know my colleagues join me, to federal court Judge Esther Salas, whose son was murdered and husband seriously wounded yesterday in a brazen and cowardly act of gun violence at their home in North Brunswick".
According to The Post, Hollander had also written an email in January to reporters saying he was "painfully dying from metastasized cancer" and was suing New York Presbyterian Hospital, along with his doctor and the hospital's doctors.
She had unsuccessfully filed lawsuits against bars and nightclubs that offered "women's nights", alleging they violated the Fourteenth Amendment. "He's been arguing with us for as long as he could speak, practicing his defense skills".
Den Hollander's personal website reveals a trove of misogynistic thinking - though Den Hollander wrote he couldn't be a misogynist because he only despised feminists, but not attractive young women who weren't feminists.
While speaking of Salas, he claimed that he often had problems with judges of Latin American descent, claiming that they were "driven by an inferiority complex". Hollander exited the case in June 2019, handing it over to a large New York-based law firm because of his terminal illness.
He attacked Salas' professional history and associations, and at one point seemed to fuel the white nationalist belief that organizations are "trying to convince the United States that whites, especially white men, were barbarians, and all of darker skinned were victims".