A white man was fired from his job after Nimra Amjad, pictured above, accused him of making racist threats toward her.
The only thing is that it appears she successfully perpetrated a hoax.
The repulsive Canadian police should be arresting her sorry a**, but instead are letting the matter drop.
Read the story and you’ll see why having a Facebook account is a bad idea.
Police drop investigation as story of racist death threats against Calgary trustee candidate unravels
A Facebook account posted threats against Nimra Amjad in August, but it appears the wrong person was blamed
The man whose name and photo were connected to online racist death threats against a Calgary school board trustee candidate says not only did he not do it, but he dated the woman he’s accused of targeting.
Now, Calgary police confirm their hate crimes unit is no longer investigating the comments Shawn Street allegedly made to Ward 3 and 4 school trustee candidate Nimra Amjad back in August.
“I did not do this, I had nothing to do with this in any way shape or form,” said Street, who was fired from his job following the media attention and public outrage around the story.
Street says he was told by Calgary police that Amjad was uncooperative with their investigation, refusing to provide a statement and failing to return the investigator’s phone calls.
Police wouldn’t go that far, but did say when the investigator asked Amjad for further information, it “was not immediately provided and the complaint was then withdrawn.”
“Investigators are respecting the wishes of the complainant and the case has now been closed,” said CPS in a written statement.
An email chain forwarded to CBC News by Amjad shows the lead investigator, Cst. Craig Collins growing impatient with the alleged victim.
The day after she cancelled a meeting with him 20 minutes before it was supposed to take place, Collins tells Amjad that he has “spent a considerable amount of time and effort in conducting this investigation, which the Calgary Police Service takes very seriously.”
“I note that you have utilized the media in regard to this incident …This investigation is reaching Day 6, and you have not provided any formal statement to the police, despite numerous attempts by the police to obtain your statement.”
Amjad’s story changes
In an interview with CBC News, Amjad changed her story numerous times.