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article imagePolice release new info on video related to Rob Ford scandal

By Michael Thomas     Mar 19, 2014 in World
Toronto - Toronto police released Wednesday a string of new information stemming from Project Brazen 2, the ongoing investigation into Mayor Rob Ford's alleged criminal activities.
The report says that police have recovered five videos related to Ford and the ongoing crack scandal.
One of the documents, shown in full by Global TV reporter Jackson Proskow, contains a description of what is referred to as the fourth video.
The document refers to Ford "surreptitiously showing Mayor Ford consuming what appears to be a narcotic while inside a residence." It goes on to describe Ford holding what appears to be a glass cylinder in one hand and a lighter in the other, while talking to people off-camera. At one point he holds a lighter to the cylinder and appears to inhale and exhale the produced vapour.
According to the Toronto Star, Mohamed Siad, the man who filmed the infamous video, bragged about filming Toronto's mayor in the act. The incident took place on February 15,
Toronto police were reportedly frustrated with the investigation, as they tried and failed previously to get Alexander "Sandro" Lisi and Ford himself to answer questions.
Police have also noted there is a missing video known only as "File 313" that could shed more light on what happened on the night the "crack video" was filmed.
This is just the latest headache for Toronto's embattled mayor. Just a few days ago, a new video, filming Ford allegedly drunk and swearing in front of children, went public.
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