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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when the investigator asked Amjad for further information, it "was not immediately provided and the complaint was then withdrawn."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.
Amjad flat-out denied ever being in Banff with Street, but was then told CBC News had evidence of a reference she made in a text message to being in the mountain town together.
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.One post threatened that the neo-Nazi group Aryan Guard would find out where Amjad lived and told her to "beware." Another post read: "You will be lying dead on the street like Heather Heyer," in reference to the woman killed when a car plowed into anti-fascist counter-protesters in Charlottesville, Va., earlier this summer.What doesn't make sense is; if Shawn Street was brazen enough to use his own name and photo, why would he start a second account to make the threats?I never met a person who claims to be Shawn Street." Street — who just learned this week police are no longer investigating — says he now plans to file his own complaint in hopes of identifying the person who used his identity to post the hateful messages.Amjad says she absolutely did not create the Facebook account and make the posts.