Hollander gained a level of notoriety having sued over ladies’ night drink specials, which he claimed were discriminatory. He also had a years-long case before Salas in which he was contesting the government’s refusal to allow women to register for the military draft.
The gunman appeared at Salas’s home in North Brunswick, N.J., on Sunday afternoon, wearing an outfit described to police as a FedEx delivery uniform, law enforcement officials said. Both Mark Anderl, 63, a defense attorney and former Essex County assistant prosecutor, and Daniel Anderl, 20, a student at Catholic University in D.C., were shot after one of them opened the door for the gunman around 5 p.m.
“He was shot through the heart,” North Brunswick Mayor Francis “Mac” Womack (D) told ABC News of Daniel Anderl, the couple’s son.
Mark Anderl was rushed to the hospital and is in stable condition, Womack told local media. Daniel Anderl was a rising junior at Catholic University, the school’s president said in a statement. He had just celebrated his birthday last week.