too Mark Zuckerberg, the head of Facebook, wrote: “You’ve probably heard the story of Ahmed, the 15-year-old high school student who built a clock in Texas and was arrested while taking it to school. Having the skills and ambitions to build something so cool should receive applause, not arrest. The future belongs to people like Ahmed. Ahmed, if you ever stop by Facebook, it would be nice to meet you. Continue working! ”
Police have now announced that the child will not be charged and will not be charged with any crime. Ahmed has now announced at an official press conference that he will probably change schools and will not be prevented from building interesting technical things. A quote from his speech: “Don’t let people change who you are. Even if there are consequences. “
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