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Federal judge issues video statement after her son was reportedly murdered by madman who targeted her family

New Jersey federal judge Esther Salas delivered a powerful video statement Monday morning, addressing the murder of her son allegedly by a disgruntled attorney while pleading for greater protections for the privacy of jurists following the targeting of her family.

What are the details?

In her statement, Judge Salas recalled the wonderful final days she and her husband, Mark Anderl, shared with their son, Daniel, before the college student was allegedly killed last month by a lawyer who reportedly showed up at their home disguised as a FedEx driver. The accused attorney, Roy Den Hollander — who previously argued at least one case before Salas — also shot Anderl several times, leaving him in critical condition, authorities said.

Salas recalled that after winding down a weekend celebrating Daniel’s birthday, she and her son were chatting downstairs when there was a knock on the door and the 20-year-old ran upstairs wondering who it could be.

The gunman shot Daniel in the heart, killing him, before shooting Mark three times.

The judge, choking up, said in her video statement:

While my husband is still in the hospital recovering from his multiple surgeries, we are living every parent’s worst nightmare: making preparations to bury our only child, Daniel. My family has experienced a pain that no one should ever have to endure, I’m here asking everyone to help me ensure that no one ever has to experience this kind of pain.

We may not be able to stop something like this from happening again. But we can make it hard for those who target us to track us down.

Judge Salas went on to argue for greater privacy protections for jurists, explaining that Hollander was allegedly able to obtain an entire “dossier” on her family, not only learning their address but where they went to church and other details of their lives.


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A day after allegedly killing Daniel, Hollander committed suicide, police said. The Daily Mail reported that Hollander was recently diagnosed with terminal melanoma and “had a list of at least 12 other targets in his car.”

The outlet noted that Salas never ruled against Hollander, but that “he complained in online ramblings that she dragged her heels in making a decision in the case he was fighting for which involved expanding the military draft to enlist women as well as men.”

Authorities believe that Hollander murdered attorney Marc Angelucci in Los Angeles before he travelled across the country and allegedly killed Daniel.

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Crime Intelwars Judge esther salas Murder Roy den hollander

Federal judge issues video statement after her son was reportedly murdered by madman who targeted her family

New Jersey federal judge Esther Salas delivered a powerful video statement Monday morning, addressing the murder of her son allegedly by a disgruntled attorney while pleading for greater protections for the privacy of jurists following the targeting of her family.

What are the details?

In her statement, Judge Salas recalled the wonderful final days she and her husband, Mark Anderl, shared with their son, Daniel, before the college student was allegedly killed last month by a lawyer who reportedly showed up at their home disguised as a FedEx driver. The accused attorney, Roy Den Hollander — who previously argued at least one case before Salas — also shot Anderl several times, leaving him in critical condition, authorities said.

Salas recalled that after winding down a weekend celebrating Daniel’s birthday, she and her son were chatting downstairs when there was a knock on the door and the 20-year-old ran upstairs wondering who it could be.

The gunman shot Daniel in the heart, killing him, before shooting Mark three times.

The judge, choking up, said in her video statement:

While my husband is still in the hospital recovering from his multiple surgeries, we are living every parent’s worst nightmare: making preparations to bury our only child, Daniel. My family has experienced a pain that no one should ever have to endure, I’m here asking everyone to help me ensure that no one ever has to experience this kind of pain.

We may not be able to stop something like this from happening again. But we can make it hard for those who target us to track us down.

Judge Salas went on to argue for greater privacy protections for jurists, explaining that Hollander was allegedly able to obtain an entire “dossier” on her family, not only learning their address but where they went to church and other details of their lives.


Complete statement from Judge Esther Salas after son killed, husband shot

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Anything else?

A day after allegedly killing Daniel, Hollander committed suicide, police said. The Daily Mail reported that Hollander was recently diagnosed with terminal melanoma and “had a list of at least 12 other targets in his car.”

The outlet noted that Salas never ruled against Hollander, but that “he complained in online ramblings that she dragged her heels in making a decision in the case he was fighting for which involved expanding the military draft to enlist women as well as men.”

Authorities believe that Hollander murdered attorney Marc Angelucci in Los Angeles before he travelled across the country and allegedly killed Daniel.

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BREAKING: Suspect in shooting of federal judge’s family identified, found dead, reports say

A suspect in the shooting of U.S. District Court of New Jersey Judge Esther Salas’ family has been found dead from what is believed to be a self-inflicted gunshot, several reports say.

A gunman dressed as a FedEx employee showed up at Salas’ North Brunswick, New Jersey, home on Sunday and fatally shot Salas’ son, 20-year-old Daniel Anderl, and wounded Salas’ husband, defense attorney Mark Anderl.

What are the details?

Two law enforcement officials reportedly told ABC News that the suspect — an attorney — was discovered near Liberty, New York.

“The deceased suspect was an attorney who had a case before Judge Salas in 2015, sources said,” the outlet reported. “The suspect was found dead of an apparently self-inflicted gunshot wound near Campsite Road and Berry Brook Road in Sullivan County, the sources said. A municipal employee discovered the body in a car.”

According to the outlet, authorities discovered a FedEx package addressed to Salas in the suspect’s vehicle.

WNBC-TV on Monday reported that the as-yet unnamed attorney had previously filed “various sorts of civil lawsuits over the years.”

Law enforcement is also investigating whether a gun discovered at the scene matches the one that killed Salas’ son and injured her husband.

What else?

Salas’ husband remains hospitalized in critical condition following emergency surgery. The outlet also reports that Salas’ son was shot directly through the heart.

Daniel, a student at Catholic University in Washington, D.C., was described as a “rising junior.”

“Daniel was a rising junior, enrolled for classes beginning in the next few weeks,” Catholic University President John Garvey said in a statement about the young man’s death. “He turned 20 last week. We all mourn and grieve this loss to our University community.”

Jack Timko, director of external relations at the university, said that Daniel was both “well-respected” and “well-liked” by those in the school.

“He exemplified what we call a St. Joseph’s man,” Timko added. “Well prepared, well educated, respectful, professional.”

In a Sunday statement, the FBI Newark office said, “The FBI is investigating a shooting that occurred at the home of Judge Esther Salas in North Brunswick Township, New Jersey, earlier this evening, July 19. We are looking for one subject and ask that anyone who thinks they may have relevant information please call FBI Newark at 973-792-3001. We are working closely with our state and local partners and will provide additional updates when available.”

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Suspect in shooting of federal judge’s family identified, found dead, reports say

A suspect in the shooting of U.S. District Court of New Jersey Judge Esther Salas’ family has been found dead from what is believed to be a self-inflicted gunshot, several reports say.

A gunman dressed as a FedEx employee showed up at Salas’ North Brunswick, New Jersey, home on Sunday and fatally shot Salas’ son, 20-year-old Daniel Anderl, and wounded Salas’ husband, defense attorney Mark Anderl.

What are the details?

Two law enforcement officials reportedly told ABC News that the suspect — an attorney — was discovered near Liberty, New York.

“The deceased suspect was an attorney who had a case before Judge Salas in 2015, sources said,” the outlet reported. “The suspect was found dead of an apparently self-inflicted gunshot wound near Campsite Road and Berry Brook Road in Sullivan County, the sources said. A municipal employee discovered the body in a car.”

According to the outlet, authorities discovered a FedEx package addressed to Salas in the suspect’s vehicle.

WNBC-TV on Monday reported that the as-yet unnamed attorney had previously filed “various sorts of civil lawsuits over the years.”

Law enforcement is also investigating whether a gun discovered at the scene matches the one that killed Salas’ son and injured her husband.

What else?

Salas’ husband remains hospitalized in critical condition following emergency surgery. The outlet also reports that Salas’ son was shot directly through the heart.

Daniel, a student at Catholic University in Washington, D.C., was described as a “rising junior.”

“Daniel was a rising junior, enrolled for classes beginning in the next few weeks,” Catholic University President John Garvey said in a statement about the young man’s death. “He turned 20 last week. We all mourn and grieve this loss to our University community.”

Jack Timko, director of external relations at the university, said that Daniel was both “well-respected” and “well-liked” by those in the school.

“He exemplified what we call a St. Joseph’s man,” Timko added. “Well prepared, well educated, respectful, professional.”

In a Sunday statement, the FBI Newark office said, “The FBI is investigating a shooting that occurred at the home of Judge Esther Salas in North Brunswick Township, New Jersey, earlier this evening, July 19. We are looking for one subject and ask that anyone who thinks they may have relevant information please call FBI Newark at 973-792-3001. We are working closely with our state and local partners and will provide additional updates when available.”

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