BRIDGEWATER, N.J. — The late New York attorney who authorities say fatally shot the 20-year-old son of U.S. District Court Judge Esther Salas and injured her husband at their North Brunswick home had a list of other potential targets, according to the New York Times.
Men’s rights attorney Roy Den Hollander’s list of other targets included another federal judge in New Jersey, the New York Times reported. The judge was not named in the report.
Two other New York judges and two doctors were also on the list, according to the Times.
The list was reportedly found in Den Hollender’s car July 20 where he was found dead from self-inflicted injuries, in Rockland, New York the day after Salas’ son and husband were shot.
“The U.S. Marshals are responsible carpet cleaning lexington for the protection of the federal judiciary, and we take that responsibility very seriously. While we do not discuss our specific security measures, we continuously review the security measures in place and take appropriate steps to provide protection when it is warranted,” Nikki Credic-Barrett, U.S. Marshals Service Office of Public Affairs, said in an email.
Last week a spokesman for New York state courts confirmed that Chief Judge Janet DiFiore, a former Westchester District Attorney from Bronxville, was notified by the FBI that her name and picture, as well as the address of the state Court of Appeals in Albany, were found in the car with Hollander’s body.
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A spokesperson for the FBI’s Newark Office on Monday said there was nothing more to report in the ongoing investigation.
Around 5 p.m. July 19, Daniel Anderl and his father, prominent defense attorney Mark Anderl, both went to the door of their North Brunswick home where the gunman, posing as a delivery person, opened fire, killing Daniel, the couple’s only child.
Daniel Anderl was a graduate of Saint Joseph High School in Metuchen and a rising junior at Catholic University of America in Washington, D.C. with plans to follow in his parents’ footsteps and become a lawyer.
Mark Anderl was critically injured in the shooting and remains hospitalized. He has reportedly carpet cleaning in lexington ky undergone at least two surgeries for his injuries.
Salas, who was in another part of the family’s home, was not physically injured in the attack.
The FBI identified Den Hollander, 72, as the gunman in the shooting at the home.
The FBI also has found evidence linking Den Hollander to the July 12 murder of Marc Angelucci, another men’s rights attorney in Crestline, California. Several media outlets have reported Den Hollander traveled by train to California.
According to the Associated Press, a federal law enforcement officer said the shooter in both cases appeared to pose as a delivery driver.
Den Hollander, whose website lists several cases about Ladies Night events charging men more for admission and drinks than women, had been involved in a New Jersey case that challenged the male-only draft which made its way before Judge Salas in federal court.
A resume on Den Hollander’s website indicates he grew up in Midland Park, and at age 16 he was one of two boys who took a car without the owner’s consent and crashed it into two other vehicles at an East Wyckoff shopping center. The resume includes a newspaper clipping of the incident.
The resume also indicates that Den Hollander was in high school in Midland Park at age 17 and included three photos, one of which appears to be yearbook photo, while the others appear to be a classroom and prom photo.
According to his Jan. 21, 2011 Chapter 7 bankruptcy filing in the Southern District of New York, Den Hollander listed among his assets a burial fund with Louis Suburban Chapel of Fair Lawn. It was listed as a security deposit along with the deposit for his apartment. The amount was co-mingled with the apartment deposit.
A woman who answered the telephone at Louis Suburban Chapel said Den Hollander’s name did not sound familiar and the funeral home had not been contacted by authorities to handle his funeral arrangements.
Bridgewater Courier News writers Mike Deak and Ken Serrano contributed to this report.
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