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Gunman Shoots Son & Husband of Fed Judge Tied to Epstein Case; Suspect Dead from Self-Inflicted Wound


At attorney found dead in New York may be tied to the shooting of federal Judge Esther Salas's son and husband in New Jersey, according to the authorities.

Manhattan lawyer Roy Den Hollander was found dead by what appeared to be a self-inflicted gunshot wound.

It is believed that Hollander killed Salas's son and husband before killing himself.

After the attack, conspiracy theories swirled online because Salas is connected to Jeffrey Epstein.

Salas is a judge who is overseeing a lawsuit against the Deutsche Bank, which is accused of failing "to properly monitor customers that the Bank itself deemed to be high risk, including, among others, the convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein."

What's particularly notable is that the gunman dressed up as a FedEx deliveryman so that he could get close enough to shoot the husband and son of the federal judge.

Salas was physically uninjured.

More details on this alarmingly unusual case below:



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