Homesick “Clock Boy” comes back to U.S., shows his gratitude by…

The Texas teenager who has become not-so-affectionately known as Ahmed the Clock Boy is yet again in the news, and what he’s up to now is even more maddening than his original story.

Apparently, the 14-year-old boy — who moved out of the country not long after the incident involving his little clock — was homesick for the good ol’ U.S. of A.

Guess how he showed his gratitude to the greatest nation on earth?

By filing a federal lawsuit.

According to TheBlaze, The lawsuit, filed Monday in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Texas, alleges that Ahmed Mohamed’s civil rights under the U.S. constitution were violated by the Irving Independent School District, Principal Daniel Cummings “in his individual capacity” and the City of Irving.

You can read the full text of the lawsuit here.

Mohamed was led out of MacArthur High School in September after school officials mistook the teenager’s homemade clock for a bomb.

“These acts by the authorities show blatant disregard for the civil rights of this American,” according to Mohamed’s lawyer, Susan Hutchison, KTVT-TV reported.

“The only justice we have in our American legal system is money, so we are suing for justice,” Hutchinson added, without specifying an amount.

The Irving School District confirmed it had been named as a defendant but denied ever violating Mohamed’s civil rights.

Just to refresh your memory, here’s the clock suitcase the kid made, which clearly looks like a clock bomb.


This boy and his family have proven time and again they’re more concerned with pushing the radical liberal agenda — which these days lines up perfectly it seems with what radical Islam wants to accomplish — and certainly didn’t deserve the 15 minutes of fame they received from the media.

But here we go, giving him even more attention. Oh well.

[Note: This article was written by Michael Cantrell]


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