New York officials confirm chief judge's picture, name found on suspect who murdered another jud
Violence against women in the workplace continues to be a growing concern in this country.
As we reported yesterday, the name and photograph of New York state chief judge, Janet DiFiore, was found in possession of the deceased suspect in Sunday's murder and attempted murder of Judge Esther Salas' son and husband at the family home in New Jersey.
Judge Janet DiFiore
The body of the suspect, a self-declared anti-feminist attorney, was found dead of an apparent self-inflicted gunshot wound in a vehicle near the Catskill Mountains.
Judge DiFiore's name and picture was found in the car.
This information has now been confirmed by representatives for the New York state judicial system.
Workplace Violence Against Two Professional Women.
Judges Salas and DiFiore occupied positions of authority over the suspect in his employment.
He appeared before Judge Salas in a "men's rights" case, and had other similar cases in New York where Judge DiFiore serves as that state's chief judge.