Marc Angelucci is confirmed dead at the age of 52.
Marc was best known as a American attorney and men's rights activist.
Marc Angelucci
Born(1968-03-30)March 30, 1968
DiedJuly 11, 2020(2020-07-11) (aged 52)
Cause of deathGunshot wounds
Alma materUCLA School of Law (J.D.)[1]
OccupationAttorney, men's rights activist
Marc Etienne Angelucci (March 30, 1968 – July 11, 2020) was an American attorney and the vice president of the National Coalition for Men (NCFM). As a lawyer, he represented several cases related to men's rights issues. He was murdered by an unknown assailant at his home on July 11, 2020.
Contents
1 Career
2 Murder
3 References
4 External links
Career
Angelucci said that he joined the National Coalition for Men while he was in law school after his friend had suffered from domestic violence but had not been let in to a women's shelter in 1997. He was admitted to the State Bar of California in 2000. He founded the Los Angeles chapter of the NCFM in 2001.
In 2008, he won the Woods v. Norton case in an California appellate court which ruled that the California State Legislature had improperly excluded men from the domestic violence victim protection programs.
Angelucci appeared in the 2016 documentary The Red Pill which detailed the men's right movement.
In 2013, Angelucci sued the Selective Service System on behalf of the NCFM on the basis that there is no reason to exclude women from the draft (National Coalition for Men v. Selective Service System). The federal judge Gray H. Miller ruled that the male-only draft is unconstitutional in February 2019, stating that "historical restrictions on women in the military may have justified past discrimination" but that the rationale does not apply anymore as women serve in combat roles as well. As of July 2020, the case was in the United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit with no final ruling yet.
Murder
Angelucci was fatally shot at his front door in Cedarpines Park, San Bernardino County, California on 11 July, 2020. A man rang the doorbell and when someone else from the house opened the door, the unknown assailant told that there is a package delivery for Angelucci. After he came to the door to sign the package, he was shot and the shooter sped away in a car. Angelucci was pronounced dead on the scene after paramedics arrived.
The FBI is investigating the murder and possible links to the shooting of district judge Esther Salas' son and husband in New Jersey which occurred eight days later. In both attacks, the murderer posed as a package delivery man. The law enforcement has named Roy Den Hollander as a suspect in the Salas attack. According to the president of the NCFM, Harry Crouch, Den Hollander had been kicked out of the organisation after he became enraged that he was not named as a co-counselor in the lawsuit against the Selective Service System in 2013. Papers mentioning Angelucci had been found in the car where Den Hollander had killed himself.
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