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Clock Boy and Family Makes Last Attempt to Get Money, The Court Decides…

A federal court has thrown out the civil rights lawsuit filed by the family of the teenager known as clock boy who built a clock that resembled a bomb for a school science project.

He and his family have made a spectacle of themselves since then. They sued the media, as well as the city and the school district.

But it seems that the family won’t be getting any money from the Irving school district at all.

Ahmed did get quite a few consolation prizes though. Ahmed’s story went viral on social media and was invited to the White House, participated in Google’s science fair and was included in Time’s “Most Influential Teens of 2015” list. The family moved to Qatar where Ahmed was given a scholarship.

Ahmed, a teenager who was 14 at the time, brought a homemade clock that looked liked a bomb to school to show his engineering teacher. but an alarm on the clock went off in his English class and the teacher confiscated it. He was sent to the principal’s office.

The lawsuit made the claim that Ahmed’s civil rights were violated when he was interrogated at length without his parents and arrested on faux bomb charges.

Police initially stated that Ahmed was not forthcoming and the school was concerned that the device was possibly the infrastructure for a bomb. Officers acted with caution.

“It was a very suspicious device. We live in an age where you can’t take things like that to school. Of course we’ve seen across our country horrific things happen. We have to err on the side of caution,” Irving Police Chief Larry Boyd said.

The charges against Ahmed were then dropped, but the school still suspended him for three days.

Ahmed and his family sued multiple media outlets and other conservative political commentators, including Glenn Beck and his network, TheBlaze. Ahmed also sued Fox Television Stations and Irving Mayor Beth Van Duyne. They lost.

They also sued Islamophobia charges against Daily Wire editor-in-chief, Ben Shapiro…and lost…and now is responsible financially.

162nd District Court of Texas ruled decisively against Mohammed Mohammed, father of Ahamed, dismissing Mohammed’s complaint against Daily Wire editor Ben Shapiro and awarding Shapiro his attorneys’ fees as well.

“This is an excellent day for free speech,” Shapiro said. “Using law as warfare is perhaps the most disgusting tactic of politically correct activists across the country, and we couldn’t be more excited to stand up against such frivolous use of our court system. My initial comments suggested that false charges of Islamophobia only muddy the waters when it comes to policing actual dangerous activity, and I’m proud to fight back against such charges.”