TORONTO – Mayor Rob Ford ran from reporters trying to ask him about the latest batch of police documents from the Project Brazen investigation.
The documents contain a police-eye-view of the infamous “crack video” and a description of the mayor’s meetings with Lisi as “indicative” of drug trafficking.
Reporters peppered the mayor with questions Wednesday afternoon as he walked across Nathan Phillips Square after getting food from a nearby food truck.
After coming into city hall, the mayor ran up the main stairs and into his office as reporters asked him why he won’t answer questions.
Ford has habitually refused to answer questions as to his substance abuse, fraternization with alleged criminals or allegations his friend used threats or extortion on his behalf on multiple occasions.