Wildin: Man Charged In Antisemitic Attack Moons Detroit Judge!

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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 in that case involving a Friday incident when police said he drove to Temple Beth El in Bloomfield Township yelling at Jewish children and adults in a threatening manner, saying they would die and using racial slurs.On Tuesday, Chokr again was abusive, but was on mute, and so his comments couldn't be heard. He showed his middle finger and then turned around while still looking into camera, pulled down his pants, displaying his backside to the camera, which was seen on the court's livestream.

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