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article imageRob Ford crack video will be shown in court - after election

By Marcus Hondro     May 13, 2014 in Crime
There's little doubt the crack video featuring Toronto mayor Rob Ford, currently reported to be on leave in a rehab, will be shown in a Toronto courtroom. It will shown as part of the trial of Sandro Lisi, Ford's close friend. But when?
Lisi has been charged with drug dealing and his trial on that charge was set today for March 24-27 of next Spring. He's also charged with extortion, that charge coming out of claims he extorted those who had the cellphone video in an effort to get it, and preliminary dates for that trial are also in the Spring. So the electorate won't see the video until well after the Toronto elections on Oct. 27th; Ford is again running for mayor.
Toronto police Chief Bill Blair has already gone on record saying that the much ballyhooed crack video, in which Ford is alleged to be seen smoking crack with young men who are believed to have been involved in the drug trade, one who was subsequently shot to death, will be used as evidence in Lisi's trial.
Ford steadfastly denied the existence of the video, all the while likely instructing Lisi to get it back. He finally admitted to having smoked crack cocaine last November.
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