Suspect In Antisemitic Attack Moons Detroit Judge As Bond Is Revoked

  • The suspect charged in an antisemitic attack in Bloomfield Township last week mooned a Wayne County judge Tuesday during a hearing in a separate case involving a charge of assaulting/resisting/obstructing a police officer two years ago.
  • Hassan Yehia Chokr, 35, of Dearborn, appeared via video at a pretrial hearing in Wayne County Circuit Court before Judge Regina Thomas in a case that originally involved several assault charges as well as assaulting and resisting a police officer.
  • On Monday, Chokr made anti-Jewish and explicit remarks to the magistrate in 48th District Court in Bloomfield Township during his arraignment and flashed his middle finger via video. Bond was set at $1 million.
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