During a Monday virtual court appearance, a Michigan man showed his buttocks off to a judge.
According to FOX 2, Hassan Chokr (35) was present in court for a virtual urgent bond motion hearing concerning a charge of resisting arrest from Wayne County. He mooned Judge Regina Thomas. The court has since revoked his bond.
Chokr was on bond and allegedly made anti-Semitic remarks outside of a West Bloomfield Temple daycare.
During the hearing, the prosecutor stated that Chokr “posted videos on Instagram about buying guns, and one of his Instagram posts said that Chokr’s Jew tactics would only backfire on him, and you have no place here on earth, Jew [expletive] Jew mom [expletives]. “A storm is coming to wipe out all of your lives.”
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Chokr, who claimed he pleaded the fifth, began to get frustrated. During the hearing, he began shouting and pointed at the camera. Thomas claimed that Chokr was muted by the court during his outburst.
Thomas stated, “I want the record reflect that while defendant was muted by the court’s microphone, he appeared to be shouting and pointing at camera at the Oakland County Jail.” “And now, he has taken off his pants to show court his backside.”
Attorney Duane Johnson stated that he wanted to record Chokr’s defense and the judge raised concerns about Chokr’s mental health.
Thomas stated, “You can make a record but he seems mentally ill.” “I don’t understand why anyone would feel it appropriate to pull down their pants and show the court his behind during a court proceeding.”
Johnson stated that a mental health assessment “probably would have been a good thing” while Chokr claimed that he was exercising his freedom of speech.
Thomas, however, rejected the First Amendment argument.
Thomas stated that while we can say what we want, we cannot avoid the consequences. “So, if we do things that are unsafe or infringe on the rights of others, we can’t say and do what we want without being held responsible for those actions.” Thomas said. This is where your client is today.
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“He exercised his rights, and I am exercising mine to give him a penalty for that. She continued, “Nothing we do in this world is without consequence.”
Judge also addressed allegations that Chokr harassed children and women, and went to private property. She stated that the court was worried about Chokr’s presence in the community.