Remember the clock boy terrorist Ahmed Mohamed? He was the Moslem high school student who brought a disassembled clock that looked like a bomb into his school. The school faculty called police where he was arrested for possession of the hoax device. Police eventually let him go.
The story became a national news story as the Jewish media spun the story to cry about discrimination against Moslems. He was invited to technology companies and even met Obama.
The story didn’t end there though. His father ended up filing a defamation lawsuit against a number of people and organizations who were critical of clock boy. That lawsuit has now been dismissed.
From PJ Media:
A district court judge in Texas has dismissed a defamation lawsuit filed by Ahmed Mohamed on his own behalf and on behalf of his 15-year-old son, Ahmed Mohamed. They had sued Fox News, Glenn Beck, and the mayor of Irving — among others — for defamation in September of 2016.
A year earlier, Ahmed, then a 14-year-old freshman at an Irving, Texas, high school, was arrested, briefly detained by police, and suspended for three days after bringing to school a “cool 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.
Hopefully clock boy and his entire family will now go back to the desert where they belong.