'Everybody on your block is dead': Alleged Lisi threat detailed in docs

Alexander Lisi outside court on Oct. 2, 2013. (Stan Behal/QMI Agency)

Alexander Lisi outside court on Oct. 2, 2013. (Stan Behal/QMI Agency)

Don Peat, QMI Agency

, Last Updated: 8:33 AM ET

TORONTO — Toronto Mayor Rob Ford's friend allegedly warned someone dubbed the Juiceman "you're f----ing dead and everybody on your block is dead" when news of the crack video first broke last May.

The warning from Alexander "Sandro" Lisi is one of several detailed in newly released Project Brazen 2 court documents made public Thursday — almost a week after a court fight by lawyers representing QMI Agency and other media outlets to lift the publication ban.

Lisi has been charged with extortion in connection with Ford's crack video.

The now-public parts of a March 7 Information to Obtain a search warrant document chronicle Lisi's unsuccessful attempts to retrieve the crack video through phone calls intercepted by Project Traveller — a separate police investigation launched before Brazen 2.

None of the allegations contained in the documents have been proven in court.

In one intercept, an unknown male tells alleged gang member Liban Siyad that Lisi called "Juiceman" and told him: “You're f---ing dead."

"You're f---ing dead and everybody on your block is dead," the document states he said.

Another intercept on May 17 — the day after news reports first surfaced about the video — Juiceman tells Siyad that Lisi warned what would happen if "that video gets released."

"I'm gonna, I'm gonna run through all your houses, me and all the, all the Toronto police," the document states.


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