We've been given the green light to share the next round of documents coming from the Sandro Lisi ITO, the one that heavily involves Mayor Rob Ford.
This round, deals with wiretaps and intercepted conversations. Ford's voice was never heard, but his name was mentioned.
There are a couple of interesting items contained in these documents.
One surrounds April 20th. That is an interesting day, because just after midnight, police intercepted a conversation by Elena Basso - who lives at that now infamous home at 15 Windsor Road, who called a man named Liban Siyad, and indicated that Mayor Ford was there and Siyad needed to come quickly. That call was made at just after midnight.
But less than 12 hours later, Ford was at a community event in Etobicoke, with children present.
Criminal Lawyer Edward Prutschi says these conversatsion show how much Ford was involved with the criminal underworld.
Another one of the major points, according to Prutschi, was when Ford's phone went missing also on April 20th.
In later conversations that were intercepted, the people involved didn't seem to care, since they had pictures of Ford, "on the pipe."
But later on, the documents suggest that the phone was returned to a member of Ford's entourage for '1.5 of kush (street slang for marijuana). Another conversation suggested the men weren't pleased with being threatened by Lisi.
There were a few conversations surrounding the alleged crack video, and Ford's knowledge of it.
The people who had the video, had indicated Ford offered 5 thousand dollars and a car, but they were going to offer it for sale for 100-150 thousand dollars.
When it comes to the shooting death of Anthony Smith, one of the three men featured in a now infamous photo in front of 15 Windsor Road, police have indicated that it had nothing to do with the crack video, rather was revenge for an earlier robbery.
None of the allegations have been proven in court.
Rob Ford court documents: ITO With Pub Ban-edited by Crown-Dec 3 13