August 10, 2020
Men’s rights attorney had list of personal grievances, sexist views
CEDAR PINES PARK – (INT) – San Bernardino County authorities concluded Friday that men’s rights activist Roy Den Hollander was the lone suspect in the July 11th gunshot slaying of Marc Angelucci outside his mountain home.

Sheriff’s detectives traced Den Hollander’s movements and determined that he arrived by train in San Bernardino July 7th and rented a car. Four days later, he drove into Crestline, shot Angelucci, fled to Los Angeles, boarded a train at Union Station and returned to New York City.

Several days later, Den Hollander, 72, staged another attack at the home of US District Court Judge Esther Salas (District of New Jersey) killing her son.

Den Hollander was found dead July 20th from what two law enforcement sources said was a self-inflicted gunshot wound. He was described as an "anti-feminist" attorney with a long list of personal grievances and sexist and racist views.

Angelucci was the 52-year-old vice president of the National Coalition for Men (NCFM).

Den Hollander had a list of possible additional targets that included several judges, two law enforcement sources told CNN.

San Bernardino County authorities said Friday they have additional evidence, including surveillance photos, that tied Den Hollander to Angelucci’s murder.
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