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    Men’s Rights Activist Marc Angelucci Shot Dead at His California Home

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    Men’s Rights Activist Marc Angelucci Shot Dead at His California Home

    https://www.thedailybeast.com/mens-r...alifornia-home

    California police are investigating the homicide of a well-known activist in the so-called men’s rights movement who was found shot to death at his home over the weekend.

    Marc Angelucci was the founder of the Los Angeles chapter of the National Coalition for Men and the force behind many of the group’s lawsuits, and he was featured in the controversial documentary The Red Pill.

    The San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Office said deputies responding to a reported shooting in Crestline on Saturday afternoon found the 52-year-old “unresponsive and suffering from apparent gunshot wounds,” and he was pronounced dead at the scene.

    “The investigation is ongoing,” the sheriff’s office said. “The motive for the shooting is unknown at this time.”

    The National Coalition for Men—which claims that women have more rights than men do—says Angelucci joined while he was in law school in 1997 after witnessing a male friend’s abuse by his wife. He then went on to sue battered woman’s shelters to force them to take in men.

    “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 group said in a statement after his death.

    As The Daily Beast has reported, Angelucci volunteered his time with a law firm launched by the coalition in 2018 to solidify men’s rights through litigation. Last year, they won a major victory when a federal judge ruled the military’s men-only draft is unconstitutional—a decision under review by an appeals court.

    “What’s happening now is we’re getting more and more people offering to help. More and more people are coming to us and finding us. People who watch The Red Pill are coming to us,” Angelucci said then.

    The Red Pill, which premiered to protests, is a 2016 documentary by self-proclaimed feminist Cassie Jaye that critics said was overly sympathetic to the men’s rights movement. In a blog post, Jaye said he attended her wedding, and she last spoke to him on July 1.

    “Although I’ve met so many wonderful people through making The Red Pill, there’s not very many I see eye-to-eye with 100% of the time, but I could always stand behind Marc 100% of the time,” she said. “He won so many cases that few would be willing to touch and fewer would be willing to do pro bono, but he did it because it was the right thing to do.”

    The Southern Poverty Law Center has been critical of the National Coalition for Men’s efforts, writing that it and groups like it “distort or cherry-pick statistics to indicate female privilege, blame women, or create false equivalences between the oppression of men and of women, rather than simply seek to advance the cause of men and fathers.

    “Groups like NCFM use litigation to challenge what they perceived as discrimination in favor of women and try to influence policy on domestic violence, sexual assault, divorce, and custody cases,” the SPLC added. “In reality, they offered little help to men other than blaming women or advocating to deny women the structures that they did have to resort to discrimination or violence.”



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    Quote Originally Posted by tod evans View Post
    From Drudge;


    Men’s Rights Activist Marc Angelucci Shot Dead at His California Home

    https://www.thedailybeast.com/mens-r...alifornia-home

    California police are investigating the homicide of a well-known activist in the so-called men’s rights movement who was found shot to death at his home over the weekend.

    Marc Angelucci was the founder of the Los Angeles chapter of the National Coalition for Men and the force behind many of the group’s lawsuits, and he was featured in the controversial documentary The Red Pill.

    The San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Office said deputies responding to a reported shooting in Crestline on Saturday afternoon found the 52-year-old “unresponsive and suffering from apparent gunshot wounds,” and he was pronounced dead at the scene.

    “The investigation is ongoing,” the sheriff’s office said. “The motive for the shooting is unknown at this time.”

    The National Coalition for Men—which claims that women have more rights than men do—says Angelucci joined while he was in law school in 1997 after witnessing a male friend’s abuse by his wife. He then went on to sue battered woman’s shelters to force them to take in men.

    “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 group said in a statement after his death.

    As The Daily Beast has reported, Angelucci volunteered his time with a law firm launched by the coalition in 2018 to solidify men’s rights through litigation. Last year, they won a major victory when a federal judge ruled the military’s men-only draft is unconstitutional—a decision under review by an appeals court.

    “What’s happening now is we’re getting more and more people offering to help. More and more people are coming to us and finding us. People who watch The Red Pill are coming to us,” Angelucci said then.

    The Red Pill, which premiered to protests, is a 2016 documentary by self-proclaimed feminist Cassie Jaye that critics said was overly sympathetic to the men’s rights movement. In a blog post, Jaye said he attended her wedding, and she last spoke to him on July 1.

    “Although I’ve met so many wonderful people through making The Red Pill, there’s not very many I see eye-to-eye with 100% of the time, but I could always stand behind Marc 100% of the time,” she said. “He won so many cases that few would be willing to touch and fewer would be willing to do pro bono, but he did it because it was the right thing to do.”

    The Southern Poverty Law Center has been critical of the National Coalition for Men’s efforts, writing that it and groups like it “distort or cherry-pick statistics to indicate female privilege, blame women, or create false equivalences between the oppression of men and of women, rather than simply seek to advance the cause of men and fathers.

    “Groups like NCFM use litigation to challenge what they perceived as discrimination in favor of women and try to influence policy on domestic violence, sexual assault, divorce, and custody cases,” the SPLC added. “In reality, they offered little help to men other than blaming women or advocating to deny women the structures that they did have to resort to discrimination or violence.”
    Well, that sucks. I guess some people don't think men should have rights and are willing to murder to make sure they don't?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Origanalist View Post
    Well, that sucks. I guess some people don't think men shouldn't have rights and are willing to murder to make sure they don't?
    Victim #1 of the coming Marxist genocide?
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    Wasn't aware that there were even men's rights activists.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Anti Globalist View Post
    Wasn't aware that there were even men's rights activists.
    Thers is apparently a National Coalition for Men (NCFM) and he was their lawyer.



    Trump Administration Appeals Ruling Finding Male-Only Draft Unconstitutional

    April 25, 2019


    • The Trump administration is defending the male-only draft, appealing a federal court ruling from earlier this year that found the Selective Service registration is unconstitutional as it discriminates based on sex.
    • The Justice Department argues that requiring women to register for the draft is “particularly problematic,” as it would “impose draft registration on all eligible American women by judicial fiat before Congress has considered how to address the matter."

    "If the Court's declaratory judgment is upheld, it should be left to Congress, in consultation with the Executive Branch and military officials, to determine how to revise the registration system in response," wrote DOJ lawyer Michael Gerardi.

    • The lawsuit had been filed by the National Coalition for Men, which hoped to raise “awareness about the ways sex discrimination affects men and boys.”
    • Marc Angelucci, an attorney for the NCFM, told USA Today that the ruling may be “symbolic but it does have some real world impact."

    "Either they need to get rid of the draft registration, or they need to require women to do the same thing that men do," Angelucci said.

    countable.us/articles/21131-trump-administration-appeals-ruling-finding-male-draft-unconstitutional

    Not clear what impact such ruling in favor of Marc Angelucci represented NCFM would have had on taxpayers funded ongoing freedom wars in Iraq, Syria, Israel, Afghanistan etc.

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    Word is that a guy disguised as a delivery man killed him. Not a random act of violence. Apparently Angelucci was working on a case against the Commiefornia CPS for trafficking. This was a hit. Whether it was a hard order, or some useful adherent taking the SPLC's drift, however, is another matter

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    California police are investigating the homicide of a well-known activist in the so-called men’s rights movement who was found shot to death at his home over the weekend.
    When else do they label a pro rights group, a "so-called?"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Anti Globalist View Post
    Wasn't aware that there were even men's rights activists.
    Search for the "Red Pill movie" on here, if memory serves Casey Jay made it....



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    Per registered decision, member has been banned for violating community standards as interpreted by TheTexan (respect his authoritah) as authorized by Brian4Liberty Ruling

    May God have mercy on his atheist, police-hating, non-voting, anarchist soul.
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    Per registered decision, member has been banned for violating community standards as interpreted by TheTexan (respect his authoritah) as authorized by Brian4Liberty Ruling

    May God have mercy on his atheist, police-hating, non-voting, anarchist soul.
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    Hated by the SPLC is a great epitaph & eulogy to have achieved. RIP
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    Quote Originally Posted by bv3 View Post
    Word is that a guy disguised as a delivery man killed him. Not a random act of violence. Apparently Angelucci was working on a case against the Commiefornia CPS for trafficking. This was a hit. Whether it was a hard order, or some useful adherent taking the SPLC's drift, however, is another matter
    Wow, is there an FBI investigation?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pauls' Revere View Post
    Wow, is there an FBI investigation?
    Of course not, they're too busy investigating hate crimes for white people who defend themselves.

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    RIP
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    Quote Originally Posted by misterx View Post
    Of course not, they're too busy investigating hate crimes for white people who defend themselves.
    My apologies, what was I thinking?
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    Quote Originally Posted by tod evans View Post
    Search for the "Red Pill movie" on here, if memory serves Casey Jay made it....
    Men's Rights Documentary "Red Pill"
    http://www.ronpaulforums.com/showthr...-Red-Pill-quot
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    Quote Originally Posted by Anti Federalist View Post
    Victim #1 of the coming Marxist genocide?
    Quote Originally Posted by bv3 View Post
    Word is that a guy disguised as a delivery man killed him. Not a random act of violence. Apparently Angelucci was working on a case against the Commiefornia CPS for trafficking. This was a hit. Whether it was a hard order, or some useful adherent taking the SPLC's drift, however, is another matter
    You never know. Corrupt government officials?

    Men's rights attorney's murder may have been related to work

    Co-workers and friends of the men's rights attorney who was shot dead in front of his California home this weekend say his killing could be related to his court cases.

    Marc Angelucci, 52, a board member of the Los Angeles chapter of the National Coalition for Men (NCFM), was killed at his front door in Crestline on Saturday around 4pm.

    The San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department says motive behind the deadly shooting is not known and the investigation is ongoing.

    Congressional candidate and attorney Ronda Kennedy revealed Angelucci was her co-counsel on two cases and they had been in court together on Friday. She speculated his death could be related to his legal work.
    ...
    His friend and former Congressional candidate DeAnna Lorraine tweeted claiming his death was a 'hit', noting he was about to win a 'huge case' in Mariposa County.

    'It was a homocide. Most likely a hit. He was just about to win a huge case in Mariposa County that had been going on for years. Can’t say much more beyond that at this time. Incredible man though and did a lot of great work for the community, fathers and men. I’m in shock,' she tweeted.
    ...
    The case he was working on was County of Mariposa v. JDC Land Company LLC, where he was representing JDC Land Company and owner Jerry Cox pro bono.

    Cox, who had been falsely accused of rape in 2015 and had those charges dropped in 2017, sued the county, accusing officials of conspiring to seize his sprawling 400-acre Bison Creek Ranch property, according to the Merced Sun Star.

    In the case Angelucci was working on an appeal with Ronda Kennedy before the California Supreme Court arguing for the rights of landowners 'against government sanctioned theft of private property by way of underregulated receivership laws'.

    In a news release for the case in June Angeluci said: 'This case is one of an overreaching government with no accountability.'

    Cox spent years fighting the rape accusation and claimed he lost his business and ranch to receivership after Mariposa County officials issued several zoning, building and permit code violations on his property.

    Angelucci had argued that the county 'ejected Mr. Cox and placed his ranch in receivership, without allowing him to present expert testimony and video evidence that the violations were ether fixed or non-existent.'

    After getting kicked off his ranch, Cox was left homeless and on food stamps, Angelucci said.

    'This appeal will determine whether California counties can continue using receivership law to seize private property and sell the property even after all repairs are made, circumventing Constitutional rights to due process. If so, that means no Californian property owner is safe,' Angelucci said on the case.
    ...
    More: https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/art...iends-say.html
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brian4Liberty View Post
    You never know. Corrupt government officials?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brian4Liberty View Post
    You never know. Corrupt government officials?

    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/art...iends-say.html
    For those unfamiliar, this court case is in a rural county in California. It is run by local good old boy insiders. Vindictive and personally motivated actions by the local gov would not be out of the question. And they probably aren't used to losing in court.

    That being said, this lawyer primarily works in divorce cases doesn't he? How many ex-wives might hire a hitman?

    Cox spent years fighting the rape accusation and claimed he lost his business and ranch to receivership after Mariposa County officials issued several zoning, building and permit code violations on his property.
    Seems this goes back a long time. The "men's rights" lawyer was probably defending the guy from the rape charges for years, and then the Sheriff stole his land.
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    Tangentially related:


    https://twitter.com/RandPaul/status/1283456068044181504
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    As The Daily Beast has reported, Angelucci volunteered his time with a law firm launched by the coalition in 2018 to solidify men’s rights through litigation. Last year, they won a major victory when a federal judge ruled the military’s men-only draft is unconstitutional—a decision under review by an appeals court.
    That's a pretty significant achievement and something I hadn't heard of. There are 2 sides to that coin though:
    #1 the bad: subject 50% more of the population to the draft. Easy not to have sympathy for SJW women but remember such a subjection would fall on liberty women too
    #2 the good: repeal the draft due to pressure from #1

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    I wonder if a Feminazi did it?
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    Details on the hit:

    There was a knock at the door.

    One of his friends’ answered, but the delivery man said he had a package that Angelucci needed to sign for.

    Marc went to the door.

    Shots were fired.

    A car sped away.

    His friends called for help.

    Paramedics arrived.

    Angelucci was pronounced dead at the scene.
    ...
    This bears all the marks of a hit.

    The question that must be answered now is – if it was a hit, who was behind the killing?
    ...
    https://www.spectator.com.au/2020/07...lucci-and-why/
    According to witnesses a white “skinny” male approximately, 40 to 50-years-old with salt and pepper colored hair (either black with gray or dark brown with gray) approached Marc’s front door and one of his roommates opened and greeted the man. Posing as a package delivery driver the man asked if the roommate was Marc Angelucci. When the roommate stated he wasn’t but that he could take the package for Marc, the assassin stated Marc needed to personally sign for it. His roommate went back inside and informed Marc who then came to the door to sign for the package.

    Witnesses stated that the assassin was heard asking the victim if his name was Marc. Marc was said to have confirmed his name before he’d seen the assassin start to pull a gun from his pocket. Marc started to turn and run back inside the hallway before four gunshots rang out. Three rounds hit Marc in the back and another struck him in the back of his head. One of the shots did strike the door implying to investigators that Marc attempted to close the door as he fled. A white vehicle with a sunroof is the only suspected getaway vehicle description and as the investigation proceeds the information may change.
    ...
    http://www.abovealllaws.com/2020/07/...nated-at-home/
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    They got another one:

    https://twitter.com/JuliansRum/statu...61656520564737



    https://twitter.com/JuliansRum/statu...96665512103939

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    I'll repost what I said in the other thread:

    This is the alleged murderer. This guy. I feel like this whole year is a Twilight Zone episode.

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    Doesn't make sense that the perp would ask if his name was Marc. Red herring.

  32. #28
    Quote Originally Posted by bv3 View Post
    Word is that a guy disguised as a delivery man killed him. Not a random act of violence. Apparently Angelucci was working on a case against the Commiefornia CPS for trafficking. This was a hit. Whether it was a hard order, or some useful adherent taking the SPLC's drift, however, is another matter
    Same scenario that the shooter for Judge Salas used.
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    Roy Den Hollander shot Marc Angelucci

    ...
    Anti-feminist’ lawyer linked to California and New Jersey slayings described as jealous and angry
    By RICHARD K. DE ATLEY | Southern California News Group
    PUBLISHED: July 22, 2020 at 4:53 a.m. | UPDATED: July 22, 2020 at 5:45 a.m.

    Roy Den Hollander, the lawyer suspected in a deadly shooting at federal judge’s home over the weekend and linked to the July 11 slaying of men’s rights lawyer Marc Angelucci at his home near Crestline, was jealous and angry about Angelucci’s prominence, says a man who knew them both.

    Den Hollander was enraged he was not co-counsel in a lawsuit Angelucci had filed against the Selective Service System, said Harry Crouch, who heads the San Diego-based the National Coalition for Men.

    Angelucci, 52, died when he was shot at his home in Cedar Pines Park in the San Bernardino Mountains, in an attack similar to the one at the judge’s home, with the shooter claiming to be a delivery man and opening fire.

    Angelucci was vice president of the National Coalition for Men, which states on its website it is “committed to ending harmful discrimination and stereotypes against boys, men, their families and the women who love them.”

    Den Hollander described himself as an “anti-feminist” attorney who filed lawsuits challenging the constitutionality of “ladies night” promotions at bars and nightclubs, sued Columbia University for providing women’s studies classes, and sued news organizations over what he said was biased coverage.

    Crouch said he kicked Den Hollander out of the organization around 2013 when Den Hollander complained about being left out of the lawsuit that Angelucci had filed. Den Hollander also then threatened Crouch, the official said.

    “He heard about it, and he was really upset, yelling and screaming and swearing,” Crouch said of the call regarding the lawsuit. He said Den Hollander, who lived in New York, told Crouch he was going “to ‘come out to California and kick my ass’ — that’s a quote.”

    That led to Den Hollander’s dismissal from the organization.

    Crouch said he had not talked to Den Hollander since then. “At that same time, I think Marc called him up over his threats against me, and so there was a little animosity there.” He did not have details of the call.

    Den Hollander was sought in the Sunday attack on the North Brunswick, N.J. home of federal judge Esther Salas that left her son dead and husband critically wounded, Den Hollander was found dead Monday in Sullivan County, New York from a self-inflicted gunshot wound, authorities said.

    Two law enforcement officials, cautioning that the investigation was in its earliest stages, said federal authorities were examining whether Mr. Den Hollander might be linked to the Angelucci slaying, according to The New York Times.

    Death and revenge

    Den Hollander wrote of about death and revenge in an online draft of a 1,500-page memoir titled “I’m a Stupid Frigging Fool”.

    “There has been a joy in fighting everybody who violates my rights, especially the Feminazis, but nothing in this life matters anymore,” he wrote. “All the illusions and false hopes no longer hold sway. Death’s hand is on my left shoulder as it walks beside me, and that’s just fine … a man ends up with so many enemies he can’t even the score with all of them.”

    Attorneys and members of the coalition are aware of the similarities of the two attacks, Crouch said, but are being reserved in their judgment because they are involved in several cases where emotions run high.

    “I’m really hopeful that this resolves everything, because there’s still a number of people out there, in our organization, that are concerned about being shot,” added Crouch.

    In the 2013 lawsuit, Angelucci prevailed in a 2019 decision that found conscripting only male service members into compulsory military service via the draft was unfair to men and unconstitutional. Angelucci argued the case again in early March before the 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals. No ruling had yet been issued.

    Den Hollander, 72, filed his own Selective Service lawsuit in 2015 in New Jersey, and it was assigned to Judge Salas in New Jersey. He since withdrew from the case, claiming he had terminal cancer...


    ...Hollander complained that Salas had held up his Selective Service suit while Angelucci had found success with his similar suit, which was filed in Cailfornia but wound up being heard in Texas.

    Den Hollander wrote that in Angelucci’s Texas case “two guys were the plaintiffs and a white 70 year-old man was the judge,” and got a summary judgment in 18 months. Den Hollander said he meanwhile was contending with three years of motions to dismiss.

    “We, however, were still in the first inning fighting over DOJ’s fourth motion to dismiss,” Den Hollander wrote of his New Jersey case. “Just unbelievable, by now we should have been knocking on the U.S. Supreme Court’s door, but lady unluck stuck us with an Obama appointee.”...........

    MORE: https://www.mercurynews.com/2020/07/22/lawyer-linked-to-california-and-new-jersey-slayings-described-as-jealous-and-angry

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