Yet another round of documents stemming from an investigation involving Toronto Mayor Rob Ford have been released to the public, this time leaving some speculating that a conclusion is on the horizon.
But with no immediate word on what is contained in the 10 gigabytes of information obtained by police from an iPhone belonging to Ford's friend Alexander Lisi, the issue presents a more-immediate road bump in Ford’s re-election campaign.
More specifically, the latest details from the ongoing police investigation will be more fodder for the masses ahead of the first televised mayoral debate on Wednesday, when the five major candidates will debate the issue of city leadership.
Details released Monday do show that as recently as March 7, police were working to obtain licence to study the contents of Lisi’s phone. Lisi has been charged with drug trafficking and extortion, from an alleged attempt to retrieve Ford’s lost cellphone in exchange for drugs. The allegations have not been proven inRead More »from Rob Ford police investigation will hang over televised Toronto mayoral debate