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Sample of Rob Ford's hair tests positive for cocaine

There is a rumour circulating that a sample of Rob Ford's hair has tested positive for past cocaine use.
Just a rumour. Can't verify the source because it was tested anonymously.

It is probably just that, a rumour.

Although to be fair Rob Ford could settle this whole issue by simply volunteering to undergo a drug test - but since we all know by now that he really does smoke crack, he isn't going to volunteer to undergo a test he knows he will fail.

Thus it wouldn't surprise me if somehow someone got hold of a sample of Rob Ford's hair and tested it for past cocaine use - because using cocaine, even crack cocaine, causes a permanent change in someone's hair which can be detected even centuries after they died.

Two of Rob Ford's staff quit the same day as police homicide interview

Two of Rob Ford's staff resigned yesterday. A total of three of Rob Ford's closest staff have resigned in the last 5 days.

The same day, an unknown member of Rob Ford's staff was interviewed by the Toronto Police homicide squad about the Rob Ford Smoking Crack Video and a possible homicide.

Two separate sources have confirmed to the media that the interview took place.

The staffer felt compelled to share the tip with police, which came to him from someone else in the mayor’s office, with police because it could constitute evidence in a homicide investigation.

The staffer did not verify the credibility of the information.

Two homicide officers interviewed the staffer away from City Hall, according to a source with knowledge of the meeting.

Staff Inspector Greg McLane, head of Toronto Police's homicide squad, confirmed to the media that an interview had taken place, but said there isn't enough to lead to a homicide investigation. McLean said that homicide officers conducted the interview only because they have expertise that other officers don't.

The people who were attempting to sell the Rob Ford Smoking Crack Video have gone missing in the last week and many media pundits are beginning to speculate they may have been murdered.

The informant in the mayor’s office claims to know the address and unit number where one of the people who made the video was living.

The informant went on to say that the video originally belonged to an individual who may have been killed for its potentially valuable contents, according to sources.

Gawker has raised the $200,000 to buy the Rob Ford Smoking Crack Video, but nobody has stepped forward to claim the money so far. Possibly because they've been murdered and their bodies have been dumped.

The only image released from the video shows Rob Ford standing with a man believed to be Anthony Smith, a 21-year-old man gunned down in downtown Toronto on March 28th.

Muhammad Khattak, a 19-year-old living in north Etobicoke, was hit in the arm and back the same night Smith was killed two months ago outside a King Street nightclub. There is no indication he was involved in the shooting or the making of the video, but according to Muhammad Khattak's mother he and Anthony Smith were good friends.

There is no word on whether Muhammad Khattak has recently gone missing.

Two sources, one with the Toronto police and another involved in politics, say homicide detectives are now investigating whether that the video phone originally belonged to 21-year-old Smith and if the video was made the night of the shooting.

Toronto Star and Gawker reporters were first contacted about the video of Rob Ford Smoking Crack on April 1st - only 4 days after the death of Anthony Smith.

Crackstarter raises $201,254

The Rob Ford Crackstarter has raised $201,254 to buy the Rob Ford Crack Smoking Video.

However the two men who own the video, shown with blurred faces in the photo below, have since gone missing.

The police are currently investigating a possible connection to the video and the murder of Anthony Smith on March 28th.

The video of Rob Ford smoking crack was made the same night Anthony Smith was shot and murdered by an unknown shooter. The iPhone used to make the video of Rob Ford smoking crack was allegedly owned by Anthony Smith.

Yesterday an informant inside the Mayor's office was interviewed by two officers from Toronto Police's homicide squad about possible evidence linking Toronto Mayor Rob Ford to the homicide investigation.

Rob Ford denies existence of video

Today Rob Ford denied the existence of the video showing him smoking crack cocaine.

As if sticking his head in the sand will make it any less factual.

Toronto Mayor Rob Ford vehemently denied allegations that he can be seen on a cellphone video smoking what appeared to be crack cocaine.

"I do not use crack cocaine," Ford told a jam-packed news conference at Toronto City Hall. "Nor am I an addict of crack cocaine."

The crackhead mayor said it was "business as usual at city hall" and gave no indication that he has any intention of leaving the job.

Which is true, even if the video turns out to be him smoking crack cocaine, they really have no power to push him out of office even if we could prove if its actually crack he is smoking in the video.

Rob Ford has been avoiding questions and talking about the crack video for over a week now, denying its very existence while simultaneously denying that it was crack he was smoking in the video.

That is a bit like claiming

"I didn't steal anything from the cookie jar." and also saying "I did eat some cookies, but you can't tell whether they were from THAT cookie jar."

Ford also said he could not comment on a video "that I have never seen or does not exist."

Umm... saying that counts as a comment. And the way he said it, with the or implies that it probably does exist, and that he is simply refusing to talk in detail about the events in the video because he a) hasn't seen it and b) doesn't remember everything that he did during the making of the video.

Ford refused to answer questions at the end of his short statement and left the room.


At the start of the press conference Rob Ford seemed to be smiling a lot at the beginning. Nervous habit maybe? Or did he come up with $200,000 to buy the video and has already paid for it?

In a note posted on the Gawker website, Gawker editor John Cook said his confidence in completing a deal to buy the video has "diminished" because the dealer who has the video has been incommunicado in recent days. So either the dealer is waiting for the $$$ being raised to reach $200,000 or is it possible they have already sold the video to Rob Ford??? In which case, did they keep a copy of the video and are planning to sell the backup copy to Gawker?

Because lets face it, if you could make $400,000 instead by selling the original copy to Rob Ford (who destroys it) and selling a backup copy to Gawker, why wouldn't you take the $400,000 instead? Especially since it minimizes your losses and doubles your profits.


Rob Ford has been fired as head coach of the Don Bosco Eagles senior football team.

 Yesterday / Thursday, Mark Towhey, Rob Ford’s chief of staff, was fired after he urged the mayor to "get help". Presumably with his crack addiction, otherwise why else was he fired?

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Jon Stewart rips Rob Ford a new one on the Daily Show

Not only has Jon Stewart ripped Rob Ford a new hole to smoke crack out of, but apparently Canadians are blow*** bestowing crack monkeys. Watch the video for a hilarious take on Canada's tarnished reputation.

Jimmy Kimmel uses Rob Ford as a comedy punching bag

Jimmy Kimmel uses Rob Ford as a comedy punching bag.

Rob Ford Crackstarter up to $97,000 already

As of Tuesday the 21st at 7 PM Rob Ford's Crackstarter has already reached $97,000.

There is only 6 days and 5 hours remaining to reach $200,000 to buy the video of Rob Ford smoking crack.

According to my calculations the average person so far is chipping in $24.76 (roughly $25). The exact amount will likely vary going forward, but its nice to know so many people are willing to chip in $25 to see the video.

Have you chipped in your $25 yet???

Use the link below!

Rob Ford Crack Cartoons

Some of the cartoons below are older and date from BEFORE Rob Ford was elected. (Or before he got caught smoking crack on video.)

Contribute to Buying Rob Ford's Crack Cocaine Video

Help pitch in some cash to buy Rob Ford's Crack Cocaine Video by visiting the following website:


Rob Ford doesn't deny smoking crack cocaine

Toronto Mayor Rob Ford has been caught on video smoking crack cocaine and is not denying that the events in the video happened.

Instead he is calling them "ridiculous", but his actions ridiculous or not, he is not disputing the existence of the video showing him smoking crack cocaine and the comments he made during the video.

His comments during the video include:

#1. Calling Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau "a fag".

#2.When asked about a football team and he mumbles “they are just f---ing minorities.”

#3. Complains about the Don Bosco high school football team.

“I’m f---ing right-wing,” Ford appears to mutter at one point. “Everyone expects me to be right-wing. I’m just supposed to be this great.…” and his voice trails off.

During the video Rob Ford is sitting down, his shirt open, smoking from a crack pipe.

The video ends with the ringing of a cellphone (it is not clear if it is the cellphone that is being used to video the scene). The ring tone, which is a song, startles the mayor, whose slitted eyes open a bit, and he is heard to say, “That phone better not be on.”

The makers of the video, a group of Somali drug dealers who sold Rob Ford the crack cocaine, are attempting to sell ownership of the video to the highest bidder and are looking for at least 6 figures.

One of the owners of the video was killed in a shooting in downtown Toronto two weeks ago. He is shown in the photo up above, on the left, with his arm on Mayor Rob Ford's shoulder.

Rob Ford blames cyclists, saying its their own fault

We all know Rob Ford hates cyclists.

It is mostly because he sucks at driving.

But what you might not know is how much Rob Ford absolutely hates cyclists.

Back in 2007, he said that if a bicyclist is killed by a car, it was the bicyclist's own fault for riding a bicycle.

He seems to have missed the point that bike lanes are there to give both cars and cyclists more safety and security, and that bicycles have been on the roads longer than cars and are legally considered to be "vehicles".

Rob Ford calls colleague "a waste of skin"

July 23, 2005

During a council debate over a pothole, Rob Ford had a temper tantrum during which he called fellow Councillor Gloria Lindsay Luby "a joke. She's a waste of time. A waste of skin."

I like her.

We should make her Mayor of Toronto.

Rob Ford calls colleague a slithering snake

In February of 2003, Ford went on a tirade at a city council meeting, calling a colleague a "slithering snake" who belongs in the zoo.

The city council meeting quickly devolved into absolute chaos, by Canadian standards.

Why don't we have a public lynching?

Rob Ford's compassion for the homeless.

In 2002, Ford suggested that instead of having a "public meeting" about locating a homeless shelter in his district, "Why don't we have a public lynching?"

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