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    Ahmed Mohamed Seeks Millions Over Clock Debacle

    He wants compensation for damage to his reputation. After 14-year-old Mohamed was arrested at school for bringing in a homemade clock that was mistaken for a bomb, his plight became a national news story. “If Ahmed’s clock were ‘Jennifer’s clock’ … this would never have happened,” according to the letter sent by his lawyers to his school and the city of Irving, Texas. Mohamed’s family, which has since relocated to Qatar, is asking for $5 million from the school and $10 million from the city, who have 60 days to comply before any lawsuits are filed.

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