More good news for 2017!
Anyone tired of winning yet? 🙂
Btw, the senior counsel representing the conservatives is David Yerushalmi.
“Yerushalmi” in Hebrew means “from Jerusalem.”
So, “David from Jerusalem” defeated Ahmed and CAIR.
Via Daily Caller.
A Texas judge has dismissed a defamation lawsuit filed last year by the father of “Clock Boy” Ahmed Mohamed against several conservatives.
Dallas County district court judge Maricela Moore dismissed the suit on Monday, announced the Center for Security Policy (CSP), one of the defendants in the case.
Mohamed Mohamed, “Clock Boy’s” father, filed the suit in September against CSP, its executive vice president, The Blaze, Inc., its founder Glenn Beck, Fox News, and several conservative pundits, including Ben Ferguson and Ben Shapiro, all of whom criticized his son.
Mohamed gained international attention and a White House invite when he was arrested in Sept. 2015 after he took a clock that closely resembled a timed bomb to his Irving, Tex. high school. One of Mohamed’s teachers referred him to school administrators, and the then-14-year-old was briefly arrested.
The incident led to a massive nationwide uproar as activists and Muslim civil rights groups like the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) claimed it was a case of Islamophobia. President Obama praised Mohamed and invited the teen to the White House….
David Yerushalmi, the senior counsel at American Freedom Law Center, which represents the Center for Security Policy, argued in court on Monday that Mohamed’s lawsuit was “a classic Strategic Lawsuit Against Public Participation or ‘SLAPP’ case and should be dismissed.”….
According to CSP, Judge Moore, a Democrat, asked Mohamed’s lawyer, an attorney from Fort Worth named Susan Hutchison, to provide any facts that would support the claim that the defendants had said anything false or defamatory about the plaintiffs.
“After spending a painfully embarrassing 15 minutes flipping through reams of paper, Mohamed’s lawyer was unable to provide any such evidence,” CSP asserted in a press release….