Toronto Mayor Knew Who Had Crack Video

    Image #: 22536565    Toronto Mayor Rob Ford walks on his way to city council executive committee meeting at City Hall in Toronto, May 28, 2013. Two top aides quit Ford's office on Monday as the embattled leader of Canada's biggest city faces lingering allegations he was caught smoking crack cocaine on video, accusations he has firmly denied. The departures of the mayor's press secretary and deputy press secretary came just days after Ford fired his chief of staff. The mayor confirmed on Monday that both George Christopoulos and Isaac Ransom left of their own accord. REUTERS/Mark Blinch (CANADA - Tags: POLITICS)       REUTERS /MARK BLINCH /LANDOV

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    Rob Ford is not impressed. One day after Gawker broke the news that the infamous video of the Toronto mayor allegedly smoking crack was up for sale, the Star reported that he allegedly knows who is selling it. "Toronto Mayor Rob Ford told senior aides not to worry … because he knew where [the video] was," the report reads. After quelling his staffers’ fears, Ford named the address where he's certain the video resides: two 17th-floor apartments at a Dixon Road complex. The mystery surrounding the video continued Thursday as police arrested a man involved in a shooting that they believe may be connected to it.

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