‘Lunatic Hiding In Plain Sight’: The Bitter Tale Of A Woman-Hating Lawyer Who Killed A Rival And A Judge’s Son
The angel came to Roy Den Hollander on a warm evening in Moscow in July 1999.
He was in a bar, according to his autobiography, and slightly drunk when she appeared like a vision: “There she stood — blond, a few inches taller than me, blue-gray eyes — stunningly beautiful and with an innocent, fresh smile beaming from her face that told me I was the only one.”
Angelina told him she was a model, a beauty queen from southern Russia and a former national high-jump champion. She was 23.
While Den Hollander may have harbored misogyny his entire life, this was a crucible that launched him as a torchbearer for men’s rights and, in July, a killer.
“Through my misery and grief,” he would write years later, “rage finally smashed through my feelings of self-pity.” Read more by clicking here →