You probably remember Ahmed "Clock Boy" Mohamed, the future Islamic terrorist who brought to school an alarm clock that he merely pulled apart and claimed to have created, which resembled a suitcase bomb. A frivolous lawsuit was brought by Mohamed and his father Mohamed Mohamed (insert laugh track here) against Ben Shapiro, the Blaze, Glenn Beck, Center for Security Policy, Jim Hanson, Fox News, Ben Ferguson and others. Now, the followers of the real Muhammad have been ordered to pay court costs, attorney fees and expenses due to their ridiculous lawsuit.
Shapiro posted the ruling from the District Court in Dallas County, Texas on Twitter.
— Ben Shapiro (@benshapiro) February 2, 2017
According to the ruling, "On this day, the Court considered Defendant Ben Shapiro's Motion to Dismiss pursuant to the Texas Citizens participation Act, which was brought before the Court under Chapter 27 of the Texas Civil Practice and Remedies Coe. After considering the Motion, all responses and replies thereto, and all supporting or opposing affidavits, evidence admitted, and the arguments of counsel, the court finds that the Motion is well taken and should be and is in all respects GRANTED."
"Is is therefore ORDERED, ADJUDGED, and DECREED that Shapiro's Motion to Dismiss Pursuant to the Texas Citizen's Participation Act, which was brought under Chapter 27 of the Texas Civil Practice and Remedies Code, is GRANTED in its entirety," the ruling added.
"It is further ORDERED, ADJUDGED, and DECREED that all of Plaintiffs' claims against Shapiro are dismissed with prejudice in their entirety," the ruling continued. "Plaintiffs shall take nothing from Shapiro."
However, Shapiro should be able to collect from the Plaintiffs in the case.
The ruling goes on to state, "It is further ORDERED, ADJUDGED, and DECREED that, in accordance with Texas Civil Practice and Remedies Code 27.009(1), Shapiro is entitled to recover his attorneys’ fees, courts costs, and other expenses in bringing his motion to dismiss and defending against plaintiffs’ claims. Shapiro is ordered to submit evidence of his attorneys fees, court costs, and other expenses by affidavit within 14 days.”
The plaintiffs had claimed, according to AFLC, that they were damaged by statements, including those made by Hanson on Beck’s program “about the connection between the ‘clock boy’ hoax bomb affair, the attendant media frenzy created in large part by his father Mohamed, civilization jihad, and the Council on American-Islamic Relations, (‘CAIR’), The Muslim Brotherhood-Hamas front group in the United States that promotes civilization jihad.”
AFLC senior counsel David Yerushalmi had told the judge it was “a classic Strategic Lawsuit Against Public Participation, or ‘SLAPP’ case, and should be dismissed.”
Such cases are filed against individuals and groups that make statements about issues that have drawn the public’s attention. The objective is to silence them.
It’s also called “lawfare,” the use of American law by activists against their foes.
At the time, Yerushalmi explained, “The Islamists employ the progressive mainstream media to label any public criticism of a Shariah-centric, jihad-driven Islam as ‘Islamophobic,’ and they add fear and financial ruin to the equation by utilizing the legal system to file SLAPP actions.”
AFLC said then it wanted legal fees reimbursed and sanctions imposed.
Robert Muise, AFLC’s senior counsel and other co-founder with Yerushalmi, made clear AFLC “was formed in large measure to take on Islamists like CAIR who use and abuse the legal system with their cynical form of lawfare to undermine our constitutional liberties – notably free speech.”
“We have confronted these lawsuits across the country in federal and state courts and have defeated CAIR and its minions at every turn. When appropriate, we have won sanctions. This lawsuit will be no different.”
Clock boy was was nothing but a setup run for jihad in Texas following an outcry by Muslims who raged against the fact that cities wanted to impose American law and ban foreign law. It was also used to raise over $20,000 on a GoFundMe Page! (Suckers!)
Cool clock, Ahmed. Want to bring it to the White House? We should inspire more kids like you to like science. It's what makes America great.
— President Obama (@POTUS44) September 16, 2015
He was detained by police and later defended by a designated terror group. Yet, Irving Mayor Beth Van Duyne declared that Ahmed told a lot more to reporters than he did police.
Jim Hanson from the Center for Security Policy said, "I don't think there's any question that this latest event was a PR stunt. It was a staged event where someone convinced this kid to bring a device that he didn't build, as you mentioned. It's a RadioShack clock that he put in a briefcase, and in a briefcase it looks like a bomb. You know how I know that, Glenn? Because I've built briefcase bombs and blown them up. That's what they look like. So, anyone who looked at that was reasonable in assuming that that was a dangerous device. They did that to create the exact scenario that played out. They wanted people to react, and they wanted to portray this kid as an innocent victim."
"I think he was a pawn of potentially his father," he continued. "His sister actually claimed that she was suspended. His sister told MSNBC that she was suspended by the same school district for making a bomb threat years ago. Don't know if that's true yet, but she said that in her own words. So, there's a vendetta from them, and they're tied, as you mentioned, with CAIR, and CAIR is Muslim Brotherhood and Hamas tied. They're basically involved in civilization jihad, so I think you're right."
This ruling only solidifies what we already know and that is that Islamists engage in taqiyya and all forms of jihad to intimidate and dominate because they believe they are above the law and are doing it in the name of Allah.
However, this world belongs to the King of kings and Lord of lords, Jesus Christ. Islam will never dominate by the grace of God!Don't forget to Like Freedom Outpost on Facebook, Google Plus, & Twitter. You can also get Freedom Outpost delivered to your Amazon Kindle device here.