TORONTO - More documents related to the ongoing police investigation of Mayor Rob Ford could be public as early as Wednesday.
Lawyers from the Toronto Sun and other media outlets will be in court Wednesday fighting for warrant material related to Project Brazen 2 to be made public.
On Monday, the Crown provided vetted warrant materials to the lawyers involved in the case.
Lawyers representing Alexander “Sandro” Lisi and media outlets will be in court Wednesday to present arguments.
Lisi was charged with extortion in connection with the Ford crack video.
Some warrant material could be released Wednesday or soon after.
Councillor Doug Ford — the mayor’s campaign manager — said he wasn’t worried about new court documents becoming public.
“Honestly, I’m not even paying attention to that,” Ford said Tuesday. “I’m focusing on the campaign. The police have their job, we have our job.”
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