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Husband and Son of US District Judge Esther Salas killed at home by gunman dressed as FedEx driver

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19 hours ago, skillzdadirecta said:

MRA? “Men’s Rights Activist?”

No joke, can you teach me how to Internet? You didn’t know about the Death Star hatch debate, you had to ask what MRAs were... is it just porn and free MP3s for you? It sounds glorious and I’m legitimately jealous. 

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8 minutes ago, Kal-El814 said:

No joke, can you teach me how to Internet? You didn’t know about the Death Star hatch debate, you had to ask what MRAs were... is it just porn and free MP3s for you? It sounds glorious and I’m legitimately jealous. 

what the hell is the hatch debate

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See this is my favorite part of the absurd global conspiracy thing.  The Epstein/Deutsch people have their fingers in everything, unfathomable amounts of money and influence, and yet it seems that every single time they need to murder someone they hire the most incompetent rejects on the planet.


”We need you to kill this female judge to send a message and derail this case.”


”Got it.”  Shoots two men then leaves.


It’s the Seth Rich bullshit all over again. 

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In any event, Hollander is being looked at as a suspect in the murder of another MRA attorney in California:


The FBI is also investigating whether Den Hollander may be connected to the death of Marc Angelucci in San Bernardino County, California earlier this month.


Angelucci, 52, was an attorney who also described himself as "anti-feminist," according to law enforcement sources.


Angelucci was gunned down at his Crestline home on Saturday July 11 around 4 p.m. Deputies responded to a reported shooting and found Angelucci there, unresponsive and suffering from gunshot wounds. He was pronounced dead at the scene.


It is believed the shooter was wearing a FedEx uniform.


Angelucci was a men's rights activist and board member of the Los Angeles chapter of the National Coalition for Men.


He pretty much said what he was going to do:


The attorney penned lengthy documents filled with bigoted and sexist content on his website. One document, which he called a "Cyclopedia," is 152 pages of anti-feminist musings.


In the so-called "Evolutionarily Correct Cyclopedia," Den Hollander made chilling remarks about "solutions" to what he called "Political Commies" and feminists.


"Things begin to change when individual men start taking out those specific persons responsible for destroying their lives before committing suicide," he wrote.


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Let's continue down this guy's rabbit hole of depravity: 


While speaking about Salas, he claimed he often ran into trouble with female judges of Latin American descent, claiming they were “driven by an inferiority complex.”


He attacked Salas’ professional record and associations, and at one point, appeared to push a white nationalist belief that organizations are “trying to convince America that whites, especially white males, were barbarians, and all those of a darker skin complexion were victims.”


Amid the ladies’ night lawsuit, filed in 2007, Den Hollander was featured in reports in The New York Times and The New Yorker and made a guest appearance on Comedy Central’s “The Colbert Report.”


“The feminists have taken control over every institution in this country — they want to take control over men,” he told the Times in 2011 after the Supreme Court declined to take up his ladies’ night lawsuit. “I’m going to fight them to my last dollar, last breath.”


The New Yorker profile in particular focused on a night at a club with him in which he railed against “feminazis,” spoke of his attraction to “black and Latin chicks, and Asian chicks” and held forth on his tactics for picking up women.



In one of his most recent cases, he openly seethed against a federal judge in New Jersey, Esther Salas, whom he described in a self-published, 1,700-page book as “a lazy and incompetent Latina judge appointed by Obama.”


And here's the kicker:


In 2008, he told The New York Times that his anger toward feminists stemmed from his bitter divorce from a woman he married in Russia.


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