By now, you may have already put two and two together, noticed the identical modus operandi in the murders of Marc Angelucci and Daniel Anderl, Judge Esther Salas’ son, and began to piece together possible motivations that may have driven Den Hollander to commit these atrocious acts.
In a recent episode of Regarding Men (video, 27:57), Paul Elam confirmed that Hollander had published articles on A Voice for Men – until he posted one with a line about firearms being one remaining power that men still held (at which point A Voice for Men pulled the piece, said goodbye to Hollander and started vetting their articles, because “the MRM puts crazies in their place”).
Despite a search for “Den Hollander Men’s Rights” returning countless articles labelling him a Men’s Rights Activist, Hollander himself confirmed that there is no good blood between him and the Men’s Rights Movement, writing the following in his manifesto (p.97):
There is one honest and fair article on USA Today, quoting Cassie Jaye as a source on Angelucci’s character.
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