Suspect in shooting of New Jersey federal judge's son found dead, ABC News says

(Reuters) - The suspect in the shooting of the 20-year-old son and the husband of a federal judge in New Jersey was found dead on Monday in an apparent suicide near Liberty, New York, ABC News reported. The suspect was an attorney who had a case before the judge, Esther Salas, ABC News said

Reuters July 21, 2020 00:11:54 IST
Suspect in shooting of New Jersey federal judge's son found dead, ABC News says

Suspect in shooting of New Jersey federal judges son found dead ABC News says

(Reuters) - The suspect in the shooting of the 20-year-old son and the husband of a federal judge in New Jersey was found dead on Monday in an apparent suicide near Liberty, New York, ABC News reported.

The suspect was an attorney who had a case before the judge, Esther Salas, ABC News said.

(Reporting by Nathan Layne in Wilton, Connecticut; Editing by Chris Reese)

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