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Well it looks like everyone’s favorite fake teenage victim, Ahmed “Clock Kid” Mohammed is back in the news again.
This time it’s due to his family demanding $10 million over the infamous fake clock incident, along with written apologies from the mayor and police chief.
If their demands aren’t met — almost sounds like a terrorist negotiation, doesn’t it? — within 60 days, bad things will happen.
The letter, obtained by Dallas Morning News reporter Avi Selk, gives city officials 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.
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.
Here’s the full letter:
2015.11.23 City of Irving Demand Letter
UPDATE: The amount demanded is 15 million.