Full document: Mayor Rob Ford, alleged crack video target of police investigation

ABOVE: A look at the investigation into Mayor Rob Ford. Sean Mallen reports. 

TORONTO – Mayor Rob Ford and an alleged video purporting to show him smoking crack cocaine have been the target of a months-long police investigation, according to documents released by an Ontario judge Thursday.

The documents are part of an information to obtain – an affidavit filed by police to justify a search warrant – and were made public Thursday after several media organizations, including Global News, fought in court to have them released.

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None of the statements in the documents have been proven in court.

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The documents were filed in support of a search warrant connected with Ford’s friend – Alexander “Sandro” Lisi. But Lisi was not the target, the documents suggest.

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