Man who threatened Alison Redford found not guilty
Dakota Hart to be sentenced Friday afternoon in Calgary for threatening Alberta Justice lawyer
The Calgary man accused of threatening Alison Redford has been found not guilty but will be sentenced Friday regarding threats he made about an Alberta Justice lawyer.
Hart was in the middle of a bitter custody dispute and break up when he sent the threatening email to an Alberta Justice lawyer in 2012. He was convicted Friday on that count while a jury found him not guilty of five others, including the accusation he had threatened Redford and her daughter.
In the email to Alberta Justice, Hart wrote, "I will be hunting you ya b--ch," and also tweeted death threats at the woman.
Hart had also been accused of threatening Redford after he emailed Alberta Justice, the prime minister, the governor general and several media outlets including the CBC, saying, "F--k this nazi failed process Redford you and your daughter will f--king pay."
However, he has been found not guilty on that charge.