Judge dismisses lawsuit of Ahmed, the Muslim ‘clock boy’

The tides really have turned, ever since The Deplorables rose up and voted Donald Trump into the White House.

It’s Christmas again. Here’s the latest good news.

Remember that insufferable “clock boy”? — Ahmed Mohamed, who achieved notoriety a year ago when, as a 14-year-old freshman at an Irving, Texas, high school, he was arrested, briefly detained by police, and suspended for three days after bringing to school a clock that looked like a briefcase bomb.

Ahmed claimed to have “invented” the easily assembled clock, and that he had brought it to school to show it to his shop teacher. But the truth was that he deliberately tried to provoke a confrontation: The first teacher to whom he showed the clock told him to put it in his locker and not show it around. So Ahmed continued to show the bomb-like clock around until he found a teacher who reacted with the apparently desired response.

News of the arrest rapidly went viral, resulting in allegations of Ahmed being the victim of racial profiling and Islamophobia. The Left defended and heaped praises on Ahmed for being some sort of boy genius for inventing the clock, which, of course, was a lie because he didn’t invent anything. All Ahmed did was to take the innards of a Radio Shack digital clock and installed it in a cigar box. Obama even invited Ahmed to the White House.

Although Ahmed and his family had since moved to Qatar, accepting a scholarship offered to Ahmed by the Qatar Foundation, Ahmed’s father still sued the city of Irving and the school district for $15 million for inflicting “psychological trauma” and “permanently scarring” Ahmed’s (non-existent) “reputation in the global community”.

See “The truth about Ahmed, the Muslim ‘clock boy’” and “Muslim ‘clock boy’ wants $15M for ‘permanently scarring’ his reputation“.

Thankfully, a district court judge sees Ahmed for the fraudster he is and threw out the lawsuit.


Debra Heine reports for PJMedia that after a nearly three-hour hearing on January 9, 2017, District Court Judge Maricela Moore dismissed a defamation lawsuit against the mayor of Irving, Fox News and others, filed by Ahmed’s father, Mohamed Elhassan Mohamed, on his own behalf and on behalf of his 15-year-old son, Ahmed.

During the lengthy hearing, Judge Moore pressed Mohamed’s lawyer, Fort Worth attorney Susan Hutchison, to provide any facts that would suggest that the defendants had said anything false or defamatory about Mohamed or his son during television broadcasts. After spending a painfully embarrassing 15 minutes flipping through reams of paper, Mohamed’s lawyer was unable to provide any such evidence.

The next day after the hearing, the court published Judge Moore’s ruling dismissing the lawsuit “with prejudice,” which means the judge has made a final determination on the merits of the case, and the plaintiff is therefore forbidden from filing another lawsuit based on the same grounds.

The motion to dismiss had been filed by lawyers from the American Freedom Law Center (AFLC) and local counsel Pete Rowe on behalf of the Center for Security Policy (“CSP”) and Jim Hanson, two of the defendants in the defamation case, which also named as defendants the local Fox affiliate, Glenn Beck, and Beck’s production company.

AFLC co-founder and senior counsel David Yerushalmi explained to Judge Moore that the purpose of the lawsuit was to intimidate into silence those who might comment publicly on the connection between jihad, terrorism, sharia, and Islam.

Upon leaving the courtroom after the hearing, Yerushalmi made a statement that “This lawsuit filed by Clock Boy’s father is yet another example of Islamist lawfare, which is a component of the Muslim Brotherhood’s civilization jihad.” Yerushalmi explained that the purpose of such lawsuits, formally labelled Strategic Lawsuits Against Public Participation (SLAPP), is to intimidate into silence those who might comment publicly on the connection between jihad, terrorism, sharia, and Islam. Yerushalmi added:

“The Islamists employ the progressive mainstream media to label any public criticism of a sharia-centric, jihad-driven Islam as ‘Islamophobic,’ and they add fear and financial ruin to the equation by utilizing the legal system to file SLAPP actions.”

Now that the lawsuit has been dismissed, AFLC is petitioning the court for lawyer fees and sanctions against Clock Boy’s dad.


19 responses to “Judge dismisses lawsuit of Ahmed, the Muslim ‘clock boy’

  1. Oh Happy Day!!! Now I want to see the AFLC win in their suit against the boy’s father, for court costs and attorney’s fees. This new kind of terrorism that followers of Islam’s Jihadists are employing to cause the rest of our society to shut up and stand down is against the very principles of the American way of life. So glad when we heard these agitators moved to Quatar . . . let them adjutant to their heart’s content in a Muslim country, and we’ll see what it gets them. God Bless this judge! It is so empowering to finally see judges handing down judgements that are reasonable.

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    • Now another thing I would like to see is that this little s _ _ t be put on a “no fly” list of those allowed to re-enter the United States. Let him seek a higher education in some other country, when the time comes for him to enter college.

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    • Actually what this Junior Jihadist did was take a clock apart and build a bomb detonator circuit out of it, just without the “BOOM!” part. It is a “practice bomb” without the actual explosive or the blasting cap. He did the “hard” part, it wouldn’t take10 seconds to hook it up to an explosive of whatever size, just connect the wire from the “Alarm” circuit side, and the ground wire to the blasting cap, and you are “good to go” – BOOM!
      A white citizen kid even suspected of “White Supremacist” or any other “anti-Govt” sympathies or leanings would go to trial and probably jail for just “possession” of the components. Especially wired up in that configuration, there is no logical defense or excuse.
      But this is Muslim youth. Therefor “Special Rights” from pResident B. Hussein. Equality before the Law is not good enough for the Muzzies. He gets “lauded” and a trip to the White House for what a white farm kid would get jail. But an American kid from a conservative family would know better than to build it, much less take it to school.
      Millions of Muslim teenagers are laughing their wormy little butts off at the Dumbass Americans, over this. Every one of them know what he did, and why.

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      • Longknive 21 . . . I heartily agree, any white kid who did what he did would be cooling his heels in a detention center. It totally frys me that there is a double standard . . . for Muslims and one for other folks.

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  2. This is great news. It is wonderful that the judge actually saw this for what it was.
    I read awhile back they wanted to move back to the US or that they did. Are they working towards a round two?

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    • “Are they working towards a round two?”

      The judge dismissed Ahmed & dad’s lawsuit “with prejudice,” which means the judge has made a final determination on the merits of the case, and the plaintiff is therefore forbidden from filing another lawsuit based on the same grounds.

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      • Would the dictator in chief have the power to veto something like this? Remember clock boy went to the White House.

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        • Good question, Jason!

          No. POTUS does not have the constitutional authority to nullify/veto a judge’s ruling. Separation of powers!
          Obama however does have the authority to pardon, but clock boy & dad were the plaintiffs, not the accused/defendants, in their lawsuit.


  3. Hey you people! Get a life and get a real job… if you can!

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  4. Good riddance! How about a $15 million fine for inanity and wasting the court’s time, frivolity should be punished heavily to discourage these stunts!!!

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  5. That boy made a ‘clock’ that suspiciously look very very similar like a bomb and scared kids around him with it. And they said he is the victim.

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  6. My prediction it that this camel-flea infested dune monkey will blow himself up in a suicide bombing attack.

    It’s only a matter of time.

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  7. Oh my gosh, he can shove that clock up his ass…pardon my French..I hope we never see this lying family again.

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  8. “”Live by the sword,, die by the sword….” If you submit a “project”” as your own, based upon the guts of a Radio Shack product, with little original thought or engineering…..you will be found out (the world is so small now …you are not so “special” these days….”) , exposed, sent into the light.. …….you will “die by the sword..” Suck it up.. Go away you mediocre plagierist.

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  9. Well what do you know: “Al Jazeera Children’s Channel (JCC) was launched in 2005 as a joint venture between Al Jazeera and Qatar Foundation with the aim of “preserving Arab cultural identity”. With 90 percent of the channel being owned by Qatar Foundation, it broadcast from the Foundation’s Doha campus along with Baraem, the Arabic channel aimed at preschoolers.” Gotta keep the kids brainwashed in the Arab “culture.” Ahmed and his “clock invention” fit right in.


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  10. at least the little terrorist is GONE. I hope Mr. Trump sees that he, his father, the rest of his family (extended) and anybody they know, or even talked to, never get to set foot on US soil ever again. They’d all look good with a hole in their forehead.

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  11. provocateur
    a person who provokes trouble, causes dissension, or the like; agitator.
    a person who deliberately behaves controversially in order to provoke argument or other strong reactions.

    A warrior is a person specializing in combat or warfare, especially within the context of a tribal or clan-based warrior culture society that recognizes a separate warrior class or caste.

    The first description seems to suit clock boy.
    The second description is what someone may call themselves now days and I find often over used and misused now days. That would be a certain word used to attract someone who understands that and thus hired the attorney.

    The best warriors I have ever known have a keen sense for reading the truth about people, a realistic outcome and are oddly enough sometimes the best chess players in the world.


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