By Bob Unruh
Ahmed Mohamed, a.k.a. “Clock Boy”
“Clock Boy,” the Muslim teen in Irving, Texas, who claimed there were all kinds of bad behaviors on the part of his school, his town and others when he got into trouble for bringing what looked like a bomb to school, has lost another case demanding damages.
According to a report in the Daily Mail, a judge in Texas dismissed a lawsuit filed by the father of Ahmed Mohamed, concluding, “Plaintiff does not allege any facts from which this court can reasonably infer that any IISD employee intentionally discriminated against Ahmed Mohamed based on his race or religion.”
This lawsuit was filed against the city of Irving, Texas, and the local school district after Ahmed first got in trouble, then cashed in on the notoriety of what he did.
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“Court papers obtained by DailyMail.com reveal on May 18, a judge dismissed the entire case. The lawsuit sought unspecified compensatory and punitive damages along with attorney fees,” the news organization said.
WND reported earlier this year on another round of difficulties for the student, because of his lawsuit over comments by commentator Ben Shapiro and others, a case which also was dismissed.
At that time the judge said Shapiro could seek reimbursement for his fees and costs after he was sued along with the Blaze, Glenn Beck, Center for Security Policy, Jim Hanson, Fox News, Ben Ferguson and others.
“Clock Boy case falls apart like a pencil box filled with clock parts,” Shapiro tweeted in celebration at the time.
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