MSM Focuses on Salas Shooter’s “Misogyny,” Ignores Deutsche Bank/Intelligence Ties

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MSM Focuses on Salas Shooter’s “Misogyny,” Ignores Deutsche Bank/Intelligence Ties

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Within a day after the brutal and tragic slaying of U.S. District Judge Esther Salas’ son, the mainstream media declared a culprit, along with a tight-knit motive that lays the blame on misogyny, bigotry, and gun violence rather than on conspiracy.

But does the prevailing narrative tell the full story — or is it simply the media’s attempt to keep the public from digging too far below the surface?

After a gunman dressed as a FedEx driver on Sunday fatally shot Salas’ 20-year-old son, Daniel Anderl, and wounded her husband, Mark Anderl, police identified Roy Den Hollander, a 72-year-old New York attorney, as the primary suspect.

Den Hollander was found dead in his car, reportedly due to self-inflicted gunshot wounds.

A look at the reports coming out of the media does not reveal why police believe Den Hollander is the culprit. There is, however, an abundance of material describing his background as a “men’s rights” and “anti-feminist” lawyer who supported Donald Trump.

A lengthy piece by The Atlantic details many of Den Hollander’s “misogynistic” remarks, as found on his social media and blogs.

“The Feminists should be careful in their meddling with nature. There are 300 million firearms in this country, and most of them are owned by guys,” Den Hollander wrote.

The deceased lawyer wrote about his dislike for Barack Obama (who he said has an “obsession to turn America into a banana republic”) Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor (who he claimed was “angry that nobody had invited her to her high school senior prom”), and Hillary Clinton (whose supporters were “teary-eyed, sad-sack, PC loonies watching their power of intolerance go down the drain”), among others.

Den Hollander also criticized Salas, before whom he argued a case in which he maintained that it is unconstitutional for women not be subject to the military draft. Salas did not throw out the case, as she had Den Hollander’s previous cases, but he believed she intentionally delayed it.

“Salas clearly wanted to further her career by moving up the judicial ladder to the Court of Appeals or maybe even the Supreme Court,” Den Hollander wrote, and called her life story “the usual effort to blame a man and turn someone into super girl — daddy abandoned us, we were indigent, which means they lived off of the taxpayer, but we overcame all odds.”

The Atlantic called Den Hollander’s writings “a disturbing but by now common coda to high-profile incidents of gun violence: the suspected shooter leaving a trail of arguments and anger in random corners of the web.”

So that’s as far as the mainstream media will go. They simply chalk it up as another lone-wolf psycho driven by an allegedly toxic, bigoted worldview: “Nothing to see here, folks, just more evidence Trump supporters are dangerous racists! And while we’re at it, let’s pass more gun control so this doesn’t happen again!”

Whitney Webb at Unlimited Hangout, however, wrote an in-depth look into Den Hollander’s previous work for Kroll Associates’ Moscow Office.

Kroll Associates is a “private CIA” and has extensive ties to various countries’ intelligence agencies, including the CIA and Israel’s Mossad.

Kroll has been instrumental in shaping American foreign policy. For example, the firm obtained intelligence that influenced the country’s decision to invade Iraq, becoming a major provider of mercenaries for the invasion. Kroll also was put in charge of security for the World Trade Center complex from the 1993 bombing up through the 2001 attacks.

Founder Jules Kroll met with Robert Maxwell, Ghislaine Maxwell’s father, shortly before the British publisher’s death. Maxwell wanted Kroll to uncover “people out to get him, to destroy his empire, to cripple him financially, and to destroy his life and business in any way they could.”

Kroll was also hired by disgraced Hollywood mogul Harvey Weinstein. As Webb notes, “Kroll’s long-time executive Vice President for Operations, James Bucknam, was previously chief adviser to former FBI director Louis Freeh and is now CEO of the Freeh Group. Freeh has since become notorious for having been hired by Epstein associate, lawyer Alan Dershowitz, to ‘investigate’ the Epstein scandal, and was also involved in the cover-up of the Penn State child molestation and abuse scandal.”

“Freeh was also director of the FBI when the Bureau declined to investigate accusations regarding Leslie Wexner, Ghislaine Maxwell and Jeffrey Epstein and their involvement in the sex trafficking of minors, first reported to the FBI in 1996 by Maria Farmer,” Webb writes.

The Unlimited Hangout piece describes the “revolving door” between Kroll and Deutsche Bank’s respective senior leaderships:

For instance, [Kroll Bond Rating Agency]’s top executive in Europe, Mauricio Noé, had previously been a Managing Director of Deutsche Bank’s London branch. In another example, Vice President for Credit Structuring at Deutsche Bank in New York, Ian Ross, was previously employed by KBRA and Yee Cent Wong, managing director of KBRA for CMBS, was previously Vice President of the Credit Solutions Group at Deutsche Bank Securities. Another managing director of KBRA, Bill Baneky, had previously served as Deutsche Bank’s Vice President and National Relationship Manager. One of KBRA’s senior managing directors, Rosemary Kelley, is also a former Deutsche Bank Vice President, while another, Ken Kockenmeister, was Deutsche Bank’s Director for Large Loan Securitization and Underwriting.

Deutsche Bank was where deceased financier, accused sex trafficker, and alleged Deep State blackmailer Jeffrey Epstein did his personal banking. Deutsche Bank has also been accused of being used by organized crime networks for money laundering.

Just four days before the shooting at her New Jersey home, Judge Salas began presiding over a lawsuit brought forth by Deutsche Bank investors who claim the company made false and misleading statements about its anti-money laundering policies and did not properly monitor “high-risk” customers, including Epstein.

Deutsche Bank, Epstein, and Kroll are all tied together in the hydra that is the Deep State. But the mainstream media is unlikely to investigate it all any further now that they’ve decided the shooting was nothing more than prejudice-driven, right-wing gun violence.


Luis Miguel is a marketer and writer whose journalistic endeavors shed light on the Deep State, the immigration crisis, and the enemies of freedom. Follow his exploits on FacebookTwitterBitchute, and at

Courtesy of The New American