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Judge dismisses lawsuit of “Clock Boy” Ahmed Mohamed’s dad with prejudice

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Jihad scammers rightfully tossed out of court.

You remember “Clockmed,” aka Ahmed Mohamed. Mohamed took apart an LCD digital clock and stuck it in a box. What he put together resembled a homemade bomb. Even though he admitted it looked “suspicious,” Ahmed brought it to school. When teachers and school administration officials became concerned for the safety of the students, they walked into Clockmed’s trap. Ahmed played the Islamofauxbia victim to the hilt. Lauded by President Obama, the Pope, 97 world leaders, the UN, hailed by NYC Mayor Bill deBlasio, who declared “Ahmed Day,” he became an enemedia icon and hero.

Then he sued the school for 15 million dollars — for trying to protect the children. He lost that one. And now he has lost this one. It is good to see that there is at least a small bit of justice in this sorry episode.

“Judge dismisses lawsuit of Muslim boy’s dad with prejudice,” Associated Press, March 15, 2018:

DALLAS – A judge has dismissed with prejudice a lawsuit filed by the father of a Muslim boy arrested after taking a homemade clock to his Dallas-area school.

The decision Tuesday by U.S. District Judge Sam Lindsay of Dallas means that Mohamed Elhassan Mohamed’s lawsuit cannot be refiled again based on the same claims. The judge also ordered the family to cover all of the costs of the lawsuit.

The family of Ahmed Mohamed had complained that the Irving, Texas, school district discriminated against the boy, then 14, in 2015 because of his race and religion.

Ahmed was charged with having a hoax bomb. Police later dropped the charge, but he was suspended. His family didn’t send him back to the school.

His case drew international attention, and then-President Barack Obama invited him to the White House.

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