Alleged shooter who killed son, husband of federal judge Esther Salas worked for Deutsche Bank and the CIA
07/29/2020 / By Ethan Huff / Comments
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Alleged shooter who killed son, husband of federal judge Esther Salas worked for Deutsche Bank and the CIA

New information has surfaced to suggest that the alleged shooter who gunned down the son and husband of federal judge Esther Salas had previously worked with Deutsche Bank and multiple U.S. intelligence agencies, including the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA).

As revealed during a recent episode of the Thomas Paine Podcast, the suspect, 72-year-old Roy Den Hollander, had previously undisclosed relationships with one of the world’s largest banks, as well as perhaps the world’s most notorious intelligence apparatus.

As you may already know, Salas was recently assigned to oversee the Jeffrey Epstein – Deutsche Bank case, only to have her family targeted with horrific violence just days later. The mainstream media was quick to report on it but conveniently left out the important detail that Hollander was well-connected to the deep state.

Reports indicate that Hollander disguised himself as a FedEx delivery driver before opening fire on Salas’ son and husband, killing the former and seriously wounding the latter in their New Jersey residence.

The FBI is also looking into whether or not these crimes might be connected to the recent murder of lawyer Marc Angelucci, 52, who was similarly gunned down at his home in San Bernardino, California.

“The investigation is still in its early stages with federal officials working with local homicide detectives,” Euro News reported. “In both cases, the suspect appeared to pose as a delivery driver.”

Is there more to this Hollander case than meets the eye?

Not long after the death and serious injury of Salas’ family members, Hollander himself was found mysteriously dead in Sullivan County, New York, supposedly from a “self-inflicted gunshot wound.” Officials were seen walking out of his Manhattan apartment with boxes in their hands one day later.


Hollander had previously been involved in lawsuits presided by Judge Salas, it is important to note, including a case from back in 2015 that sought to force the U.S. government to allow women to be included in men-only military drafts. Hollander has also challenged the constitutionality of “ladies’ night” promotions at bars and nightclubs, which he says are discriminatory.

“Den Hollander, who described himself as ‘anti-feminist’ lawyer, gained notoriety after filing multiple lawsuits challenging what he saw as the unfair treatment of men,” Euro News further reports. “He also unsuccessfully sued Columbia University in New York for providing women’s studies classes.”

Interestingly, Hollander also took issue with Salas personally, having accused her of trading her Hispanic heritage in order to get ahead in her career. These and other revelations came out upon the retrieval of more than 2,000 pages of writings that Hollander had penned.

“A package addressed to Salas was found in Den Hollander’s possession, alongside information about New York Chief Judge Janet DiFiore,” reports further reveal. “In another online post, he wrote of posing as a FedEx delivery person to speak with a young girl, the same tactic apparently used in both killings.”

What the Thomas Paine Podcast wants to know is, what did Roy Den Hollander know that might have caused him to be potentially “suicided?” It also appears questionable the series of events that took place, possibly suggesting that Hollander may have been set up to take the fall for a much larger set of revelations that the deep state did not want to go public.

“This may not be as obvious as it seems,” wrote one Euro News commenter about the strange and unusual circumstances surrounding this case. “Further investigation may (or not, who knows, depending on who is behind all this) reveal part of the truth.”

To keep up with the latest news about the shady happenings surrounding Jeffrey Epstein and those with whom he was connected, be sure to check out

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