Mayor Rob Ford's pals the scariest of the scary, docs show

Toronto Mayor Rob Ford is seen posing with Anthony Smith, left, who was gunned down outside a King...

Toronto Mayor Rob Ford is seen posing with Anthony Smith, left, who was gunned down outside a King St. W. club, in a photo released by Gawker. Mohammad Khattak is seen on the right and Monir Kasim is second from the right.

Michele Mandel, QMI Agency

, Last Updated: 1:20 PM ET

TORONTO -- Judge the mayor by the terrifying company that he kept.

Not just riff raff from the wrong side of the tracks. The Dixon City Bloods, Rob Ford's alleged go-to guys for drugs, are the scariest of the scary, suspected of ordering murders, running $2,500 pistols and machine-guns and trafficking in large amounts of cocaine.

It's not that we didn't already know Ford allegedly bought his drugs from gangsters. But the latest court documents unsealed late Friday reveal the truly frightening nature of this violent Etobicoke gang that funnelled guns and narcotics from Windsor to Toronto „Ÿ and allegedly counted the mayor of Toronto as a friend and customer.

When Toronto Police launched Project Traveller last year, they had no idea their investigation into the Dixon crew would soon intersect with Ford and the many unsavoury members who were his associates. This latest release of Traveller court documents offers a chilling peak at the men in Ford's netherworld.

Liban Siyad „Ÿ the alleged drug dealer called to the Windsor Rd. "crack house" to supply Ford on April 20, 2013? Police allege that on March 28, 2013, he said, "OK halal meat," which they interpreted as Siyad instructing "Anthony Smith, Mohammad Khattak and Ahmed Dirie to attack 'Post' as retaliation. As a result of this attempt of retaliation Anthony Smith was shot and murdered."

Both photographed a month earlier with a bleary-eyed Ford in that infamous picture, Smith and Khattak were gunned down outside Loki Lounge on King St. W.


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