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Welcome back Judge Salas. I continue to be awed by your courage and grace. I won’t rest until we pass Daniel’s Law to protect our federal judiciary from growing threats.

U.S. District Court Judge Esther Salas returned to the bench this week for the first time since her 20-year-old son Daniel was killed and her husband Mark was wounded in a racially motivated assault last summer.

Judge Esther Salas returns to work after son killed at home, her safety warning unheeded

2/ It was deeply troubling that Justice Sotomayor was next on the killer’s hit list. To Judge Salas, I say: We will work to pass a judicial security bill in Daniel’s name. ..

The murder of Judge Esther Salas’s son — a bullet intended for her — has tragically changed her family forever, but the judge says the gunman’s actions will not keep her from the bench. “My integrity, my work ethic, and my pride. No. He won’t take that.”

U.S. District Court Judge Esther Salas spoke to @60Minutes  about how a lawyer targeting her ultimately killed her son and gravely injured her husband. Judge Salas joins us to discuss the rising threats against judges and her push for greater protections for judiciary members.

1/ I made a personal commitment to Judge Salas to pass a judicial security bill to protect federal judges. @CoryBooker  and I are working to get it done.

A federal judge whose son was killed by a gunman last year tells @60Minutes  that Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor was also targeted by the attacker. Judge Esther Salas says the FBI found a folder of information in a search that suggests Justice Sotomayor was in his sights.

Judge Esther Salas was in her New Jersey home when a gunman targeting Salas opened fire on her family, killing her son and wounding her husband. Now she's fighting for better protection of judges.

“When I got upstairs…it was something no mother should ever see,” says federal Judge Esther Salas about the night a gunman shot and killed her 20-year-old son and severely injured her husband. Later, Judge Salas learned she was the target.

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“Two weeks ago, my life as I knew it changed in an instant, and my family will never be the same,” Judge Esther Salas said. The federal judge whose son was killed by a misogynistic lawyer released her first statement about the shooting.

BREAKING: Suspect in shooting of judge's family found dead of apparently self-inflicted gunshot wound, multiple law enforcement sources tell @ABC  News. The deceased suspect was an attorney who had a case before Judge Salas in 2015, sources say.

NJ Judge Esther Salas took on Epstein case days before deadly shooting

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Federal Judge Esther Salas has spoken publicly for the first time about a shooting at her home last month in which authorities say a disgruntled lawyer killed her son and seriously wounded her husband.

Federal judge Esther Salas makes public plea after son’s murder, speaking out for the first time in an emotional video. @TomLlamasABC  has the story.

Did I miss Trump saying something about the killing of Judge Esther Salas's son? Or did he exhaust his reserves of compassion feeling sorry for Ghislaine Maxwell?

BREAKING: Gunman dressed as FedEx deliveryman shoots husband and son of federal judge Esther Salas at their New Jersey home, killing the son. Salas was in the basement and not injured. Motive unknown - NBC/ABC

A gunman disguised as a Fedex delivery driver broke into the New Jersey home of federal Judge Esther Salas, killing her son and wounding her husband.

The police identified the gunman who shot into the New Jersey home of Judge Esther Salas, killing her son, as Roy Den Hollander. An “anti-feminist” lawyer, he brought a lawsuit before Judge Salas in 2015 challenging the male-only military draft.

Suspect in shooting of judge's family found dead of apparently self-inflicted gunshot wound, multiple law enforcement sources tell @ABC  News. The deceased suspect was an attorney who had a case before Judge Salas in 2015, sources say.

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