Rob Ford: a timeline + Mark Towhey, Ford's former Chief of Staff

On Thursday, Toronto police chief Bill Blair announced that police recovered a video that allegedly shows Mayor Rob Ford smoking crack cocaine. Since reports of the video first surfaced earlier this year, Rob Ford has continued to deny its existence and maintain his innocence. With all of the accusations flying around, you can be forgiven for being a little confused,...
On Thursday, Toronto police chief Bill Blair announced that police recovered a video that allegedly shows Mayor Rob Ford smoking crack cocaine. Since reports of the video first surfaced earlier this year, Rob Ford has continued to deny its existence and maintain his innocence. With all of the accusations flying around, you can be forgiven for being a little confused, so Day 6 put together a refresher, starting this past May. For an inside look at how the scandal is playing out, Day 6 was joined by Rob Ford's former Chief of Staff Mark Towhey, who Ford fired in May, after the video story broke.

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