A federal Judge with connections to the Jeffrey Epstein case, who’s son was murdered and husband wounded in a vicious ambush attack, has revealed that the assailant was also targeting a liberal SCOTUS justice. His storage locker contained some sinister and disturbing things.
Liberal Justice also a target
Last July, a gunman disguised as a delivery driver appeared at the home of federal Judge Ester Salas looking for some justice of his own. Dressed for the role in a FedEx uniform, and wearing a typical Covid-19 mask, Roy Den Hollander “walked up to the Newark, New Jersey, front door” and rang the bell.
The judge’s 20-year-old son, Daniel Anderl, opened the door, with his father Mark Anderl right behind him. “The door opened to a hail of gunfire and the gunman fled.” In an interview Sunday, Judge Salas revealed that she wasn’t his only target.
When investigators started turning Hollander’s life upside down, after they found him dead, across state lines shortly after the ambush on Salas’ family, they found he also had similar plans for progressive Supreme Court Justice Sondra Sotomayor.
He had a whole “mechanic” style dossier on her plotting out the best way to attack.
According to Judge Salas, “They found another gun, a Glock, more ammunition. But the most troubling thing they found was a manila folder with a workup on Justice Sonia Sotomayor.” Hollander, it seems had a hang up about “feminist oppression.”
Salas had been assigned to “one of his many lawsuits.” That’s one of the big reasons why she’s been fighting hard “for legislation to scrub personal information about judges from the internet.” When you can’t even trust the attorneys not to try to kill you, what about the defendants?
Judges are at risk
Judges, Salas insists, are at risk. Particularly the liberal ones now that those deplorable Trump supporters have all been silenced into submission by the incoming imperial regime. Justice Sotomayor is a prime target. That’s why the national guard is standing by at the Capitol until March and maybe indefinitely.
Our government representatives are suddenly terrified of those they govern. “Who knows what could have happened? But we need to understand that judges are at risk. That we put ourselves in great danger every day for doing our jobs.”
While Hollander’s killing spree ended before he got down the list to Justice Sotomayor, it started before he tried to whack Judge Salas and her family.
On July 11, over a week before the attack in New Jersey, Hollander arrived in the San Bernardino Mountains east of Los Angeles. “Posing as a deliveryman, Den Hollander drove to the home of rival men’s rights lawyer, Marc Angelucci, and shot him dead on his front porch.”
Salas was next in his sights for presiding “over one of his many frivolous lawsuits against what he perceived as male gender discrimination.” The reasons he dislikes Justice Sotomayor and the others enough to massacre them and their families can be pieced together from his “rambling, 1,700-page self-published book.”
The title is a classic. “Stupid Frigging Fool.” In it, “he rants about his abject contempt for his mother, to whom the book is dedicated: ‘To Mother, May She Burn in Hell.'”