The Canadian PressDecember 4, 2013 19:49
TORONTO, Cananda - A newly released document alleges police overheard suspected gang members discussing Toronto Mayor Rob Ford's drug use and a video showing him smoking what appears to be crack cocaine. The allegations, heard by police through wiretaps, have not been tested in court.
Here are some of the highlights:
— Mohamed Siad, a man identified as the alleged crack video's owner, discussed selling a "tape" and mentioned Ford offering "5,000 and a car." Police believe the March 27 conversation referred to the mayor's attempt to buy a video.