Rob Ford – Toronto Mayor – Use Of Crack Cocaine
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[Rob Ford – Toronto Mayor – Use Of Crack Cocaine]
[Robert Bruce “Rob” Ford (May 28, 1969)] Source: LYBIO.net
Wow (inaudible) Well, good afternoon everyone. I’d like to take this opportunity to address a number of issues that have circulated in the media over the last few days. There has been a serious accusation from the Toronto Star that I use crack cocaine. I do not use crack cocaine, nor am I an addict of crack cocaine. As for a video, I cannot comment on a video that I have never seen or does not exist.
It is most unfortunate, very unfortunate, that my colleagues and the great people of this city have been exposed to the fact that I have been judged by the media without any evidence. This past week has not been an easy one. It has taken a great toll on my family and my friends and the great people of Toronto. For the past week, on the advice of my solicitor, I was advised not to say a word. I want to thank the people of this great city for their outpouring of support.
The past few days have also ended a long relationship with Don Bosco. I would like to thank and congratulate all the young men that I’ve had the opportunity to coach and improve their lives in the last 10 years at Don Bosco. I will continue to support Don Bosco in spirit and I wish them great success for their upcoming season. These kids are phenomenal kids who have bright futures and can do anything if they put their mind to it.
[Rob Ford] Source: LYBIO.net
I would like to assure everyone that we are continuing to fight for the taxpayers every day and it’s business as usual at city hall. This administration is turning the corner and I will continue to do what the great people of the city elected me to do and that was to keep taxes low, to improve customer service, and to reduce the size and cost of government and invest in our infrastructure.
I would also like to thank my former chief of staff Mark Towhey for his service and all the work that he has done. Again, I’d like to repeat: I can’t thank the people enough of Toronto for their support and being there and calling me and emailing me every single minute of this day. I would also like to thank you for being here today but most importantly folks, we have, I have, the city has the best deputy mayor in Doug Holyday that anyone could ever ask for. I want to thank Doug for being here and I want to thank my best friend, and I love him dearly, my brother Doug, for having to go through this nonsense. Thank you very much.
[Reporter] Source: LYBIO.net
Mr. Mayor – The Chief of Staff, told you to get help, is that true? Doug can you take a question over here, please. Mark Towhey made some serious allegations, last night, he said on three occasions, he said: “I can’t do anything else for you. You need to go away and get help.” How would he make such allegations?
Well, I wasn’t there for those comments, I think the Mayor was very clear, he doesn’t not do crack cocaine, he does not have uh uh an addiction to crack cocaine and I think he was very clear on that. Any other questions?
( ) stop the allegations, do you think his statement will stop the—
[Doug Ford] Source: LYBIO.net
I – I – I think he said it perfectly. There’s one news source in this country There’s one news source. Okay guys, either I answer – lets be clear here, I’m gonna answer, you ask the questions, if I get interrupted, questions are over, simple. Very simple, there’s one new organization that accused and has an accusation of a video that does not exist or we haven’t seen, very, very simple. So until then, we’ll deal from there. One last question.
What about Gawker, they wrote the story before Toronto Star, it’s more than one source.
We’ll let tell you about Gawker! I think it’s disgusting as I said before that an organization like Gawker would go out there and deal with a bunch of extortionists, Somalian drug dealers as as they said in their words, I think it’s disgusting and and it puts a real tarnish on a great community a Somalian community that I represent, thousands of ’em, they’re hard working people and again I think it’s disgraceful. Folks you have a good weekend. Thank you.
Two sources. [Cross Talk] What does the man need help for then?
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