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Irving police Chief Larry Boyd delivers a statement regarding Ahmed Mohamed, a 14-year-old student detained by police on Monday, during a news conference, September 16, 2015, in Irving, Texas. Police detained the 14-year-old Muslim boy after a teacher at MacArthur High School decided that a homemade clock he brought to class looked like a bomb, according to school and police officials. The family of Ahmed Mohamed said the boy was suspended for three days from the school in the Dallas suburb. (AP Photo/Brandon Wade)

Irving police Chief Larry Boyd delivers a statement regarding Ahmed Mohamed, a 14-year-old student detained by police on Monday, during a news conference, September 16, 2015, in Irving, Texas. Police detained the 14-year-old Muslim boy after a teacher at MacArthur High School decided that a homemade clock he brought to class looked like a bomb, according to school and police officials. The family of Ahmed Mohamed said the boy was suspended for three days from the school in the Dallas suburb. (AP Photo/Brandon Wade)