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Petition Goes Viral To Remove Judge Who Wanted To Jail 72-Year-Old Cancer Patient Over Lawnwork!

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A petition has gone viral demanding the removal of a Michigan judge after she had some very harsh words for a cancer patient — all over some weeds in an alleyway.

As of Thursday morning, the Change.org petition has already nearly reached its 15,000-signature goal after local news reports in Detroit went viral regarding the conduct of Judge Alexis Krot during a Zoom video call in court on Monday. Related: Jana Duggar Settles Child Endangerment Case Out Of Court — And Pleads Guilty! The incident centers around a cancer patient, 72-year-old Burhan Chowdhury, who was cited by the city of Hamtramck, Michigan, for failing to keep his driveway clear of weeds.

Posted photos show that the weeds had grown out behind Chowdhury’s driveway and garage, and Krot read him the riot act when he appeared in court via Zoom to discuss the citation he was given back in early August: Speaking in broken English and clearly struggling to breathe as he has been dealing with cancer in his lymph nodes for the past two years, Chowdhury responded: Sitting beside him, Chowdhury’s son Shibbir also added: The judge was not feeling it, though.

Raising her voice in the video to the stricken cancer patient, Judge Krot said: Holy s**t! Thankfully, prison was not on the table for the judge when it came to sentence Chowdhury for the citation.

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