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Rob Ford Crack Video Could Be Viewed in Open Court
The infamous video of Toronto Mayor Rob Ford smoking crack could be played in open court sometime this year after six alleged gang members decided to forego preliminary hearings and go straight to trial.
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The infamous video of Toronto Mayor Rob Ford smoking crack could be played in open court sometime this year after six alleged gang members decided to forego preliminary hearings and go straight to trial.

The Toronto Sun is reporting that the six alleged Dixon City Bloods gangsters, including Liban Siyad-who tried to sell the video that made headlines worldwide, could seek disclosure of the crack video when their trials are held. 

The other men charged are Ahmed Abdullahi, Daud Hussein, Abdulkadir Mohamud, Abdullahi Harun and Naimo Warsame.  All are facing various weapons and gang-related charges.

The men are due back in Superior Court to set further court dates on March 5th.

The remaining 48 alleged members of the Dixon City Bloods will have preliminary hearings in November and December.

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The infamous video of Toronto Mayor Rob Ford smoking crack could be played in open court sometime this year after six alleged gang members decided to forego preliminary hearings and go straight to trial.

The Toronto Sun is reporting that the six alleged Dixon City Bloods gangsters, including Liban Siyad-who tried to sell the video that made headlines worldwide, could seek disclosure of the crack video when their trials are held. 

The other men charged are Ahmed Abdullahi, Daud Hussein, Abdulkadir Mohamud, Abdullahi Harun and Naimo Warsame.  All are facing various weapons and gang-related charges.

The men are due back in Superior Court to set further court dates on March 5th.

The remaining 48 alleged members of the Dixon City Bloods will have preliminary hearings in November and December.

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