Because going to the White House, meeting with world leaders at the UN, having a Clockmed proclamation day in NYC … and more is not enough for building a bomb-hoax and taking it to school. Now comes the sting — grovel, kuffar!
Imagine, Muslims exploiting the war that jihadists are waging against us and punishing a school for protecting the children.
By the way, these hoaxer-hustlers announced they were moving to Qatar not 24 hours after meeting with President Obama at the White House.
“Ahmed ‘Clock Kid’ Mohamed’s Family Demands $15 Million From City of Irving, School District — and That’s Not All,” Jason Howerton, The Blaze, November 23, 2015
Attorneys representing the family of Ahmed “clock kid” Mohamed sent a letter to Irving, Texas, officials demanding $15 million in compensation for “damages” as well as written apologies from the city’s mayor and police chief.
The letter, obtained by Dallas Morning News reporter Avi Selk, demands $10 million from the City of Irving and $5 million from Irving ISD. Officials have 60 days to “comply” with the demands or face “civil action addressing the causes of action and events” related to the infamous clock incident.
The two officials being asked to publicly apologize are Irving Mayor Beth Van Duyne and Police Chief Larry Boyd. Following the publication of this article, Van Duyne first told The Blaze that “no one from the city has even seen the letter.”
She added, “Apparently, it was more important to get the letter to the media first.” Roughly an hour later, the mayor confirmed that the city had received the letter from the Mohamed family’s attorneys.
Mohamed found international fame after he was arrested for bringing a reconstructed to clock to school that teachers treated as a possible “hoax bomb.” Mohamed’s family quickly alleged anti-Muslim discrimination.
After making appearances at a number of high-profile locations, including the White House, Mohamed and his family moved to Qatar.
“For personal security reasons, Ahmed and family are in Doha, Qatar. However, when they feel safe again, all of them want more than anything to come home, to Irving, Texas,” the letter states.
Read the full letter below via Selk:
Courtesy of Pamela Geller.