Ahmed Mohamed: 'I felt like I was a terrorist'
Chris Hayes talks with the Texas teenager who was arrested and suspended for bringing a homemade digital clock to school, after a teacher said it looked like a bomb.
When the police told Ahmed Mohamed that he was under arrest, he said 'I felt like I was a criminal. I felt like I was a terrorist.'
SEE ALSO: No charges for Muslim student after clock mistaken for bomb
The young teen explains that when he was in middle school, he was teased and called a terrorist because of his race and religion.
See photos of Ahmed and his clock:
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