Marc Angelucci Wiki – Marc Angelucci Biography
Marc Angelucci was the vice president and board member of the National Coalition for Men. A congressional candidate named Ronda Kennedy praised the work “he had done legally in winning many groundbreaking cases such as an equal protection case against the Selective Service Administration overturning male-only draft registration. He previously won a case in California, Woods V. Horton, that held it is unconstitutional to exclude male victims of domestic violence from state funding for victim services.”
“Marc Etienne Angelucci, Vice-President and Board Member of the National Coalition for Men (NCFM) and longtime President and Founder of the Los Angeles Chapter of NCFM, was tragically murdered early in the morning of July 11, 2020, in front of his home in Crestline, California,” a statement released by the Coalition said.
“Marc Angelucci was truly beloved, with a personality that had a magnetism that many of his friends and colleagues found to be truly magical. Marc was an unbelievably generous man, living on a shoestring despite some personal health challenges so he could donate many millions of dollars of his time to mostly voluntary legal work on behalf of men’s rights and the genuine gender equality that is so badly needed in this country and this world.”
The website statement says that “Marc joined NCFM as a law student in 1997 after seeing his friend physically abused for years by his wife and then denied domestic violence services because he is male. In 2001 he formed the L.A. chapter of NCFM and served as its president until 2008, during which time NCFM-LA became an active chapter that organized rallies, filed lawsuits and received significant media attention.”
The statement concluded: “Marc was a man full of joy and love, a true pleasure to know for all of us fortunate enough to be able to call him our colleague and/or friend. If Marc Etienne Angelucci didn’t exist, we would need to invent him, though honestly the man so far exceeded any dreams any of us could possibly have for an unbelievable combination of shining personal qualities and amazing professional achievements. While wildly successful on the legal front, he was a fabulously down-to-earth, loving man when not demolishing opponents in courtrooms to promote justice. Rest In peace, our dear fallen soldier. No finer man ever walked the planet.”
Marc Angelucci Age
Marc Angelucci was 52 years old.
Cause of Death
According to a news release by the San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department, police learned of the Angelucci homicide at 4:03 p.m. on July 11, 2020. The suspect was described as an “unknown male.”
Authorities have released few details in the case. “On Saturday, July 11, 2020, at 4:03 p.m. Twin Peaks deputies responded to a report of a shooting at 22400 Glenwood Drive. Upon arrival, deputies found the victim, later identified as Marc Angelucci, unresponsive and suffering from apparent gunshot wounds. Medical aid also responded and Angelucci was pronounced deceased at the scene,” their press release says.
“The investigation is ongoing. The motive for the shooting is unknown at this time. Detectives are asking anyone that witnessed the shooting or has information to contact Detective Simon Demuri, Specialized Investigations Division – Homicide Detail at (909)387-3589. Callers can remain anonymous.”
The killer fled in a car, which is what happened in Angelucci’s death too.
The FBI’s Newark office confirmed Den Hollander, who filled his website with rants against women, is the “primary subject” in the attack on Salas’ home. The FBI tweeted, “Den Hollander is now deceased. Individuals who believe they have relevant information should contact us at 973-792-3000, Press Option 2.”
Marc Angelucci, a prominent men’s rights attorney who was featured in the controversial documentary The Red Pill, was killed in a similar way on July 11 by an unknown male assailant wearing a FedEx delivery driver’s uniform who shot him to death in the doorway to his home in San Bernardino County, California.
The shooting death happened at Glenwood Drive in Cedarpines Park, a small mountain town where Angelucci lived. He died of gunshot wounds, according to the San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department.
Furthermore, other links have emerged between Angelucci and Den Hollander.
Den Hollender had the name and photo of New York State’s chief judge, Janet M. DiFiore, in his car, The New York Times reported. One possible motive given to the Times by investigators: That Den Hollender, recently diagnosed with terminal cancer, was taking out his enemies. He is dead of a self-inflicted gunshot wound after being found shot in his car in New York. The targeted judge, Salas, is the first Latina woman to serve on New Jersey’s federal bench, NBC New York reported.
Two men’s rights activists on the national scene end up in murderous tragedies within a little over a week. One, Marc Angelucci is murdered, and then, a few days later, across the country, another, Roy Den Hollander is accused of murder in a case with uncanny similarities.
Both cases have remarkable parallels, and now authorities are investigating whether they could be linked. Did Den Hollander kill Angelucci before authorities believe he showed up at the home of a federal judge, Esther Salas, gunning down her husband and son while possibly wearing a FedEx uniform to throw the victims off? Daniel Anderl, 20, a college student, died in the attack. Mark Anderl, the judge’s husband a criminal defense attorney, was wounded. The judge was not injured in the July 19 attack.
The suspect and motive in Angelucci’s slaying are not clear. However, Den Hollander is now under scrutiny in connection with the case. The New York Times is now reporting that federal investigators are probing whether Roy Den Hollander might be involved in Angelucci’s murder. CBS Los Angeles reported the same, saying that a law enforcement source told the station that “the killing of a prominent men’s rights movement attorney in San Bernardino County may be linked to the shooting at the New Jersey home of a federal judge.”
There are obvious similarities: Reports that a killer wearing a delivery uniform knocked on the door only to open fire. Both shootings happened between 4-5 p.m. on a weekend. Both men worked on cases to open up the military draft to women, and the Daily Beast reported that Den Hollander had Angelucci’s name in his car when he was found dead of an apparent suicide. Daily Beast is reporting that “One law-enforcement source said papers that mentioned Angelucci were found in or around Den Hollander’s car,” although the nature of them is unclear.
According to Spectator.com, in the Angelucci case, a knock came to the door. A friend answered it, but “the delivery man said he had a package that Angelucci needed to sign for. Marc went to the door. Shots were fired.” The New York Times reported that the person at the door also wore a FedEx uniform.
“Apparently somebody came to the house, posed as a delivery person,” Harry Crouch, the president of the National Coalition for Men, told CBS Los Angeles. “And when he left, Marc was dead.”
Crouch stressed to CBS that Den Hollander wasn’t a member of his group. “I immediately saw a link,” Crouch said to the television station. “But I want to be real clear, he’s not an NCFM member. Why isn’t he? Because I threw him out five or six years ago, because he was a nut job.”
“Marc was extremely well-spoken and a skilled publicist for men’s issues, appearing on the Phil Donahue show, on Dr. Phil, and in countless other television, radio, and newspaper outlets,” the National Coalition for Men wrote in a statement. “Marc published op-ed opinion pieces in the Los Angeles Times and numerous other press outlets, tirelessly speaking out for a fairer, kinder world.”