Rob Ford: Allegations on wiretaps 'far fetched'

Joe Warmington, QMI Agency

, Last Updated: 11:26 AM ET

TORONTO - You would think if there is anybody who should have been shaken up with the latest court document bombshells, it should have been Mayor Rob Ford.

He wasn’t last night.

In fact, the release of the wire taps that suggest he tried to buy the infamous crack video, told a staffer where the video might be found and was involved with heroin had him in a jovial mood — and even laughing.

He has admitted to being “in a drunken stupor” and trying “crack cocaine,” and previous lies about it. But these conversations recorded by police who were investigating alleged gang members are fiction, he insisted.

None of the allegations have been proven in court.

“It’s so far fetched, it isn’t even funny,” he said with his famous chuckle.

Still, the released once-blacked-out details of the Information to obtain a warrant for surveillance sure had people jumping.

 


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