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Clock Boy’s Most Recent Lawsuit Against Irving, TX Dismissed

Clock Boy’s Most Recent Lawsuit Against Irving, TX Dismissed

Suit “dismissed with prejudice” and “all relief requested by plaintiff is denied.”

In 2015, then-14-year-old Ahmed Mohamed was caught up in leftist “zero tolerance” policies when he brought a homemade clock to school.  The clock, school officials said, looked like a bomb.

The teen was sent to the principal’s office when his clock started beeping in English class.  He was subsequently suspended from school for three days and arrested for making a “hoax bomb.”  The charges were later dropped.

Here’s the device he took to school:

[image via YouTube]

Since then, he and his family have moved to Qatar but have been back in the States to sue everyone from Fox News, Glenn Beck, and Ben Shapiro to his former school’s principal.

Each suit has been dismissed, including, this week, his suit against the city of Irving and the Irving Independent School District (Irving ISD).   A separate lawsuit against Irving had been dismissed in May of last year.

The Dallas Morning News reports:

A federal judge has dismissed a lawsuit filed against Irving ISD, the city of Irving and several individuals by the father of a teen who was arrested after bringing to school a homemade clock that was mistaken for a bomb.

The federal lawsuit had alleged that Ahmed Mohamed’s civil rights were violated in September 2015 when Irving police officers took him into custody at MacArthur High School and charged him with making a “hoax bomb.” The then-14-year-old was also suspended from school for three days.

The charge against Ahmed was later dropped. The boy and his family have since moved to Qatar.

The suit, filed by Mohamed Elhassan Mohamed on behalf of his son, had asked for unspecified damages. It had been amended twice since it was initially filed in August 2016.

U.S. District Judge Sam Lindsay on Tuesday ordered that the suit be “dismissed with prejudice” and that “all relief requested by plaintiff is denied.”

The city of Irving and the Irving ISD released statements about the dismissal.

The Dallas Morning News continues:

In a statement released Wednesday, the city of Irving said that it is “extremely pleased by the court’s ruling, which supports the justifiable actions taken by the officers in the matter. We remain committed to ensuring the safety of all Irving residents and schoolchildren.”

Katie Long, the attorney for Irving ISD, said in an emailed statement that the district was “pleased the court had dismissed the case in its entirety” and that it had recognized that there was no basis to the claim that “Irving Independent School District or any employee discriminated against this student on the basis of race or religion.”

“The Court’s Order confirms that there is no plausible claim that Irving ISD or its employees violated anyone’s constitutional rights. Irving ISD is committed to the safety, well-being, and equality of all students,” the statement said.

The one paragraph judgment:


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Who was the plaintiff’s honorable attorney?

There’s more malignant acts coming from this idiot and his sick family.

Btw, being they moved to Qatar, who keeps letting them back in?

    Before letting them back in, they should have to pay the City and all the other defendants for these vexatious suits.

    I hate to state the obvious, but don’t citizens have a right to re-enter?

    The father is a politician wannabe, and has even run for the position of president of Sudan. This despite the fact that he, and nearly all of his extended Sudanese family, live in the U.S. Apparently Sudan is not safe enough for them to live in, but it is safe enough for them to visit (and campaign for office in) on a regular basis.

It was laughably obvious from the start what clock boy was trying to do – he and his family were just too stupid and obvious about it to pull it off.

He disassembled a commercially sold clock, put it in a pencil box, and showed it to multiple teachers in school until he finally got the reaction that he wanted from one of them – namely being suspended and the police being called.

His family was clearly angling to win an easy settlement from the school or city because of the media attention, but he was so stupid and obvious about it that the cases are getting dismissed and they’re losing money.

It’s fantastic. Stupid people getting their comeuppance.

    rdmdawg in reply to Olinser. | March 15, 2018 at 10:58 pm

    Aye, this. It had nothing to do with “getting caught up in zero-tolerance craze”, this moron was fishing for just this reaction by a teacher to exploit for political gain.

      Observer in reply to rdmdawg. | March 16, 2018 at 7:15 am

      Political and financial gain.

      CAIR has been pulling these kinds of stunts for a long time. Remember the “flying imams” case? CAIR had a bunch of imams get on a plane together, and instructed them to deliberately act suspiciously in front of the passengers and crew (e.g., whispering to each other in Arabic and gesturing furtively, making weird requests of the flight attendants, such as asking for extra seat-belt extenders, even though they had no need for them) in order to get themselves removed from the plane as a flight risk. They succeeded in their plan, and then sued the airline for “anti-muslim” discrimination. The airline, fearful of bad publicity, quickly settled with them.

      CAIR has done similar set-ups like this several times since, and this “clock” scam had the same set-up stench on it, from the start

        tom_swift in reply to Observer. | March 16, 2018 at 11:25 am

        Not just CAIR. Recall 2006, when Dateline NBC recruited men who looked like Muslims (whatever that means) to parade around at a NASCAR event, so they could catch rednecks being rude to them on camera. In the event, nothing happened. So much for The Narrative.

        JusticeDelivered in reply to Observer. | March 17, 2018 at 11:32 am

        CAIR was founded by three members of Islamic Association of Palestine (IAP), a fundraising front for Hamas.

        I cannot understand why these nasty pieces of crap are allowed to continue to operate in America.

    rightway in reply to Olinser. | March 16, 2018 at 5:04 am

    They won’t have their comeuppance until they are sued for intentional infliction of emotional distress.

    Paul in reply to Olinser. | March 16, 2018 at 6:01 am

    And Obozo The Clown fell all over himself trying to justify his ridiculous prior statements, gushing over Clockmed’s “invention.” The kid didn’t invent shit, he rearranged parts in a box. I don’t know who is the bigger moron, Clockmed’s agitator dad for thinking this ruse would work, or Obama for treating this punk like some hero. Lord this just reminds me of what a feckless twat Obama is.

So that’s the legal terminology for “Sod off, Swampy.”

notamemberofanyorganizedpolicital | March 15, 2018 at 10:37 pm

RE: “He disassembled a commercially sold clock, put it in a pencil box, and showed it to multiple teachers in school until he finally got the reaction that he wanted from one of them – namely being suspended and the police being called.”

That is standard operating behavior (MO) for the ilks of Obama, Leftists, and his soulless followers.

Sadly, he’ll probably come back with a real one some day, so he can prove what racist Islamophobes we all are.

Remember when that piece of sh*t obama honored clockboy at the White House?

May hillary klinton fall and break her neck, and hit obama on the way down – but after they’ve both been indicted.

Hillary Clinton fractures wrist after slipping in India resort bathtub:

How’s this for our country being abused by illegal immigrant criminals — And their leftist handlers:

Illegal Alien Acquitted of Murdering Kate Steinle Sues Feds for ‘Vindictive Prosecution’

Soros’ 18 billion at work:

Well, that’s the way to fight this crap.

Stop surrendering.

They succeed by whining, and people who don’t want to fight (or believe it’s too expensive to fight)—especially school administrations, politicians, corporate CEOs and legal departments, etc—simply cave and retreat. Retreat turns into a stampede … and eventually we get the modern world. The Progressives are left occupying the ruins—

… the play is the tragedy, “Man,”

          And its hero, the Conqueror Worm.

“a homemade clock that was mistaken for a bomb”

Nope, it was a fake bomb, he knew it and the little terrorist in training should be in jail.

The Packetman | March 16, 2018 at 8:03 am

“… all allowable and reasonable costs are taxed against Plaintiff.”

Does this mean the Mohamed’s have to pay Irvings’ attorney costs?

Poor Clockhmend–he just can’t catch a break! [sarcasm off]

A national “Loser Pays” law would put a serious dent in this kind of Lawfare.

That little fraud took a Radio Shack clock, dismantled it, and stuck it in a case of his own. Anyone who ever did small appliance repairs recognized that right away. That it was not a home made clock rarely gets mentioned. Obama had the kid in for a visit and MIT supposedly made some kind of contact with him too regarding a scholarship. Tech types like those at MIT should be ashamed. Fortunately for MIT, clock boy accepted a scholarship at some Qatar college instead. He would not have lasted even a semester at MIT.

    Arminius in reply to McAllister. | March 16, 2018 at 8:43 pm

    I’d be willing to bet that the idea to offer this kid a scholarship to MIT originated with some womyn’s studies grad working in the administration with a job title along the lines of “Assistant Dean for Diversity and Inclusion.” Not with the tech types.

Good for the judge. Common sense for a change.

Olinser upthread has the heart of it. The media spin implied this was an innocent class project misinterpreted by bigoted adults who couldn’t fatho

Olinser upthread has the heart of it. The media spin implied this was an innocent class project misinterpreted by bigoted adults who couldn’t fatho

Fucking archaic website… bigoted adults who couldn’t imagine any good reason for a Muslim to be carrying around an electronic device.

but the kid didn’t build anything, he LITERALLY unscrewed the case of a clock and spread the innards out and a pencil case. there’s a video on the web that shows exactly that in three steps 30 seconds you got his “project”.

with that in mind it seems obvious that the kids intention was to taunt his classmates and teachers, knowing they were terrorized by recent muslim attacks and he got a kick out of rubbing their noses in it.

stay tuned, I promise you that story does not have a happy ending. 10-15 years from now I will see his face on the news and be “yeah that’s what we should have expected All Things Considered…

I’d also like to commend my fellow native Texans for the composure and restraint they have shown in not stringing these jackasses up.

    JusticeDelivered in reply to Fen. | March 17, 2018 at 11:51 am

    I am wondering if Texans are becoming soft, I had expected leaders of BLM would have unfortunate ends. Maybe Texans are just patiently waiting for the right opportunity to teach BLM leaders about the error of instigating assassination of cops 🙂