Police Claims Mayor Ford ‘Narcotic’ Video Recorded in February

This article was last updated on April 16, 2022

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According to a recently released court document, police states that it believes Toronto Mayor Rob Ford was videotaped “consuming what appears to be a narcotic” in company of several people last February. The first official document directly illustrating the details of the creation of the infamous video of Mayor Ford allegedly smoking crack cocaine and making homophobic and racist remarks has finally come to light.

The document crafted by Toronto Police is part of the material prepared by crown law officials in advance of an attempt by the media to have more of the blacked out document detailing the Ford investigation released. The case will be argued beginning Wednesday and basically constitutes over the document authored by Project Brazen detective, Joyce Schertzer, in which he discusses the case against Alexander “Sandro” Lisi, i.e. the suspect accused of extortion in connection with an attempt to obtain the embarrassing video. The special police squad investigating Mayor Ford, and others in Toronto, have been titled as Project Brazen. It is noteworthy to mention here that none of the aforementioned allegations have been tested in court.

The three page document starts with alleging that Lisi is “an associate of the Mayor of Toronto” and someone the Mayor has described as “a personal friend of his.” Police has found that in May, Lisi “became aware of a video that depicted the Mayor of Toronto in a compromising, intoxicated position. The video appears to show the Mayor of Toronto consuming what appears to be a narcotic,” and attempted to shop the video.

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