Remember Ahmed Mohamed? He’s the high school student who made a crappy clock and then got arrested on the suspicion that it was a bomb. Political correctness debates started thereafter, with President Obama inviting Mohamed to the White House after the incident. The family then moved to Qatar in 2015, but returned the following year for the summer. In August of 2016, the family filed a lawsuit against the school, claiming they infringed on his civil rights (via WaPo):
Nearly one year after 14-year-old Ahmed Mohamed was arrested for bringing a “suspicious-looking” homemade clock to class, his family has filed suit against his former Texas school district, the principal of the high school and the city of Irving.
The lawsuit filed Monday claims that Ahmed’s civil rights were violated in the incident that made the 9th grader go viral last September.
Cool clock, Ahmed. Want to bring it to…