The lawyer who murdered the son of New Jersey judge Esther Salas made racist comments about her and other Latinas in thousands of roams online after devoting his life to tearing down women’s rights after an embarrassing break from his Russian bride.
Roy Den Hollander is said to be the shooter who shot 20-year-old Daniel Ardel, the son of judge Esther Salas, on Sunday and injured her husband Mark.
He then committed suicide in the Catskills and his body was found on Monday.
In a self-published 1,700-page book, which he dedicated to “ Mother – May She Burn In Hell, ” he described his failed love life, difficult career in law, and melanoma diagnosis in 2018.
Hollander also discussed Salas extensively.
He complained that it took her too long to decide on a case he was involved in that was only for the military.
“Incredibly, we should have knocked on the door of the US Supreme Court by now, but the lady has been holding us unhappily with an officer appointed by Obama.
Roy Den Hollander’s misogyny seems to date back to his marriage to a Russian woman named Angelina, who left him in the late 1990s after using him for a visa
He was angry that the case was taking so long in Salas’ court. Female judges didn’t bother me as long as they were middle-aged or older black ladies.
They seemed to understand how life worked and were not about to be harassed by a lawyer. However, Latinas were usually a problem – driven by an inferiority complex, ‘he wrote.
Hollander graduated from Columbia Law School in the 1990s. He then moved to Moscow to work for a security company.
There he met Angelina, the Russian bride who broke his heart by allegedly cheating on him.
In his rambling book, he went from describing her as ‘Angel’ to describing her as an ‘h *’.
He claimed without proof that she was a sex worker and that she was using him for a green card.
In a Jezebel from 2008 article, she is said to have left him after getting her US visa. He claimed in the book that he had broken the romance.
After being dumped, Hollander devoted his career to filing lawsuits to hack away women’s rights and claiming that men were being treated unfairly
This is a screenshot of the misogynistic lawyer website
In his creeping, 1700-page book, he repeatedly refers to Salas in racist, derogatory terms
After that, most of his work was devoted to what he called defending men’s rights.
Hollander made a name for herself as a controversial misogynist who hated women.
Judge Esther Salas. Hollander said she was ‘hot’ and considered ‘asking her out’ but also said she had an ‘inferiority complex’
He sued a Manhattan bar for offering free entry and free drinks to women in 2008, claiming it was discriminatory against men. He also sued Columbia for offering a course in women’s studies.
The case against the bar earned him the nickname ‘Ladies Night Lawyer’ and he was ridiculed by Stephen Colbert on his show.
Hollander was not deterred. In recent years, he has filed a lawsuit against the hospital where he was treated for cancer for malpractice.
He regularly appeared on cable news networks to share his controversial views.
Hollander’s work seems to have dried up in recent years. On social media, his post-recent posts – in April – were about the COVID-19 pandemic.
He claimed that New York Governor Andrew Cuomo was partly responsible for the state’s high death toll.
He hated Obama, who he said was “obsessed with making America a banana republic,” Sonia Sotomayor of the Supreme Court, who described it as “angry that no one had invited her to her high school party” and Clinton supporters he called “Clinton “tearful eyes, sad bag, PC madmen”.
Hollander murdered Salas’ 20-year-old son Daniel and injured her husband Mark, 63, on Sunday
The unhinged killer recently turned his attention to the COVID-19 pandemic and blamed Democrat Governor Andrew Cuomo for the wave of affairs in New York.
He called himself a “volunteer” of the Trump campaign, saying he had been working on the phone during the President’s first campaign.
“Every now and then a hot young model chick showed up to call. They never sat next to me, ”he claimed.
“I volunteered for Trump’s campaign because I dislike PC feminism more than America. If I had hated America more, I would have worked for Hillary’s campaign, ”he wrote.
Specifically, he does not pose a direct threat to women, but said in part of the book, “The feminists must be careful in their dealings with nature. There are 300 million firearms in this country, most of which are owned by boys.
“It makes no sense for men to disarm in the face of an evil that wants to exercise totalitarian power over them. They have the right to rebel against that tyranny, to take it down.
“It doesn’t matter if it’s the tyranny of George III or the feminists.”
The last sentence of his bizarre book asks ‘what’s the point?’. It is unclear when it was written.