Facing jail for attacking the judge

An NHS worker who tore a necklace from the throat of an employment tribunal judge after she ordred him to get out of a courtroom is facing jail for assault. Raging Mohamed Hassan, 59, claimed that he was the victim of a conspiracy that was ‘prestaged to divert attention away from the corruption and the wrongdoing of the NHS’ and that a security guard had tried to murder him. The Egyptian took the NHS to a tribunal at the East…

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