Judge Meenu Sasser Dies After Battling Esophageal Cancer

Judge Meenu Sasser dies after battling esophageal cancer

The Palm Beach County circuit judge had returned to the bench in August 2018 following treatment for Stage 4 cancer.

Palm Beach County Circuit Judge Meenu Sasser died Saturday after a battle with cancer, the 15th Judicial Circuit Court of Florida announced Sunday morning.

Shortly after, Dave Aronberg, state attorney for Palm Beach County, tweeted: “Such sad news. Meenu Sasser was a beloved person and excellent judge. Touched the lives of so many of us. May her name be of blessed memory.”

Sasser returned to the bench on August 21, 2018, following treatment for Stage 4 esophageal cancer.

“It’s made me more patient, kinder, more understanding of those who are going through a difficult period,” she told The Post at the time.

“Every day is a blessing,” she said

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Meenu Talwar Sasser

November 5, 1970 – July 6, 2019

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3 Responses to “Judge Meenu Sasser Dies After Battling Esophageal Cancer”
  1. Private says:

    She was a nasty and crooked judge who felt she had too much power to even lie under oath. I find it ironic she got cancer on the throat at a young age… the very throat she used for power and falsehoods in order to advanced her nasty and crooked behavior; she felt too powerful. Karma and a higher being gave her a good lesson; that is that she is – not – that powerful. Sasser was cancer herself. To the person by the name of “incognito” who left a comment here I just wanted to say that when a person turns a blind eye to fraud they are knowingly aiding and abetting fraud… they become participants. Sasser was cancer and a fraud. I agree with your comments.

  2. incognito123 says:

    Well, she touched many in Palm Beach County, but her touching was not good, she was not an excellent judge and her name was NOT a blessed thing as she permitted and turned a blind eye to the crimes being presented before her, now she will be judged by God, so be it. I’ll always remember her comment, “I haven’t seen any fraud in my court” and my thought in response would have been, then OPEN YOUR EYES, because you can’t miss it unless your eyes are closed. I don’t know how she was on other types of cases, but as far as fraudclosures goes, it wasn’t good at all!!!

    • Nadia says:

      This judge expression feature doesn’t give a good feeling but she will find someone matching her feathers to welcome her in her eternal journey

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