Attorney Roy Den Hollander Death – Passed Away | Dead – Obituary
Roy Hollander Death – Dead: A great loss was made known to InsideEko. As friends and families of the deceased are mourning the passing of their loved and cherished Roy Hollander.
Why would Roy Hollander get in the passenger seat to commit suicide?
At 8:15 a.m. Monday, two Sullivan County Department of Public Works employees were doing storm clean-up when they saw a blue Toyota drive past, heading towards a dead end, sources said. When they finished work, they saw the car parked on the shoulder of the road and found Den Hollander on the passenger side with a gunshot wound to the head.
: According to reports, the gunman who fatally shot the son and wounded the husband of US District Judge #EstherSalas has been identified as a lawyer named Roy Den Hollander. Hollander has died from what is believed to be a self-inflicted gun shot wound.
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A self-described “anti-feminist” lawyer found dead in the Catskills of an apparent self-inflicted gunshot wound is considered the prime suspect in the shooting of a federal judge’s family in New Jersey, the FBI said Monday.
Roy Den Hollander, who received media attention including appearances on Fox News and Comedy Central for lawsuits challenging perceived infringements of “men’s rights,” was found dead Monday in Sullivan County, New York, two officials with knowledge of the investigation told The Associated Press.
The FBI said Den Hollander was the “primary subject in the attack” and confirmed he had been pronounced dead but provided no other details.
Attorney Roy Den Hollander, who authorities believe killed Judge Esther Salas’ son Daniel Anderl, was found dead of an apparent suicide Monday.
The FBI identified “men’s rights attorney” Roy Den Hollander as the man who allegedly fatally shot a federal judge’s son and wounded her husband at the judge’s home in New Jersey.
The men’s rights maniac who opened fire on New Jersey federal judge’s husband and son had terminal cancer and a long history of failed anti-feminist lawsuits.
Roy Den Hollander is suspected of posing as a FedEx deliveryman before fatally shooting the 20-year-old son of Judge Esther Salas and wounding her defense attorney husband at their North Brunswick home. He fatally shot himself in upstate Liberty, N.Y. after the ambush, according to reports.
Hollander, 72, garnered media attention since 2007 for his quixotic lawsuits challenging ladies’ nights at nightclubs and funding for Columbia University’s feminist studies program, among other fights for “men’s rights.” Salas was presiding over an ongoing suit filed by Hollander over the U.S. military’s men-only draft.
He flaunted his misogyny in interviews.
“If I’m hitting on some young girl at the club — and I won’t be hitting on an older one because they don’t look as good — if she knows how old I am I’m not going to be able to exploit her infinite capacity to delude herself into thinking I’m younger,” he told the Daily News in 2013, explaining why he wouldn’t share his age.
Beneath the absurdity of his losing legal battles and attempts to get into nightclubs was bitterness and hatred of women.
“I’m beginning to think it’s time for vigilante justice — civil disobedience,” he said in 2013, adding that he “may pull a Carrie Nation on the ladies’ nights clubs.”
Carrie Nation, who died in 1911, was a radical member of the temperance movement who vandalized bars with a hatchet.
Hollander’s website rails against “Feminazism” and features a bizarre, conspiratorial screed against a Russian woman he married in 2000. He wrote that he met her while managing a Moscow detective agency, Kroll Associates. Hollander claimed in a lawsuit seething with anti-immigrant sentiment that the woman began working at the strip club FlashDancers and used him only in an effort to obtain citizenship.
In January, he announced a new lawsuit against a New York hospital for treatment of his metastasized cancer. The press release was titled “How not to treat a dying man.”
He had nothing to lose.
“They want to fight, fine. I’ll fight them to my last dollar, my last breath and if there is anything after death—for eternity. They should have shown a little more respect for a dying man,” he wrote in the release.
Having heard about this great loss, the family of this individual is passing through pains, mourning the unexpected passing of their beloved.
This departure was confirmed through social media posts made by Twitter users who pour out tributes, and condolences to the family of the deceased.
We are still working on getting more details about the death, as family statement on the death is yet to be released.