Epstein judge Esther Salas in 24-hour protection after her son is shot dead and husband hurt by ‘anti-feminist attorney’

A FEDERAL judge whose son was killed and her husband critically injured in a shooting at their home is receiving 24-hour protection from US Marshals, according to reports.

The incident took place on Sunday at the home of Judge Esther Salas, who last week was appointed to hear an ongoing lawsuit with ties to Jeffrey Epstein.

Judge Esther Salas is receiving 24-hour protection from US Marshals, according to reportsCredit: Rutgers University
Salas’s son ,Daniel Anderl, 20, was killed and her husband, Mark Anderl, 63, was critically wounded in a shooting at their home on SundayCredit: Instagram

Salas’ son, Daniel Anderl, 20, was killed and her husband Mark Anderl, a 63-year-old criminal defense attorney, was critically wounded after a gunman — dressed as a FedEx delivery driver — ambushed them inside their home in North Brunswick, New Jersey.

Sources told ABC News that Judge Salas, 51, had received threats in the past.

On Monday, the suspect, Roy Den Hollander, was found dead near Liberty, New York, from what appeared to be a self-inflicted gunshot wound, law enforcement officials said.

Hollander, a self-described anti-feminist attorney, previously represented a New Jersey woman who was suing the US Selective Service System so she could register for the male-only draft, the New Jersey Globe reported.

Salas had agreed to hear the case, filed in 2015 – but in 2019, the judge dismissed part of the lawsuit, while another part was still pending.

Suspect Roy Den Hollander was reportedly dead from a self-inflicted gunshot wound on MondayCredit: Roy Den Hollander

More @ Source: Epstein judge Esther Salas in 24-hour protection after her son is shot dead and husband hurt by ‘anti-feminist attorney’ – The US Sun

TheWatchTowers.org
Translate »
Exit mobile version