Rob Ford Crack Video Finally Released To Public
The video that the late Rob Ford tried to deny ever existed has been released to the public today after charges against Ford’s friend and former driver Alexander “Sandro” Lisi were dropped in Toronto courts.
According to the Toronto Star, Lisi agreed to enter into a peace bond, promising to to avoid all contact with Liban Siyad and Mohamed Siad, the two men he’d been accused of extorting. With the charge now withdrawn, the publication ban on the infamous video has been lifted.
Crown attorney John Patton said the charge was dropped due to the “frailties of the case” and the fact that Ford passed away on March 22.
What are your thoughts on the release of the video?
Warning: Video contains graphic language.