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originally posted by: chronfucius
a reply to: queenofswords
He did decide to include some unidentified white powder in his clock. This wasn't in the 1980s Minolta he... invented? It had been claimed this is the silica packet from the case, but those must include text warnings so I can't see that making sense.
Maybe he thought including some crushed quartz would make it more accurate... or maybe... just maybe...
He did try to hide it under the power cord for later photo ops, so he probably knew it wouldn't help his case. I'd provide the images but I'm new and at work. Sorry.
originally posted by: Glinda
However, after the original detainment and questioning of ClockBoy, the only people whose questions have any legal standing would be the investigating detectives; the County District Attorney; the States Attorney or the Attorney General of Texas. They have the legal authority to question...
The Irving school district is also under investigation by the U.S. Department of Justice over an alleged pattern of discrimination against minority students, according to Justice spokeswoman Rebecca Stewart.
The district in February sued the Texas Attorney General to keep the justice department's investigation private, said Ahmed's attorney, Susan Hutchison. www.newschannel5.com...
originally posted by: LSU0408
a reply to: chronfucius
The parents are back but the kid claims he's afraid of being shot, so he stayed back in Q, IF I'm not mistaken but I could have sworn that's what I heard... This whole thing stinks, and I better not find out they have a time machine because if they do, I'm stealing it and going back the 80's.