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查看     | 回复 4 跟福特王朝混的典型性下场就是提了森的,用不着了就一脚踢开

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萝卜。福特就有开除异己分子的习惯,就算曾经的走狗,一旦敢say no,开除没商量

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萝卜。福特的政治史,把标题捂上,绝对是sopranos多伦多版
Aug.26, 2014: Police arrive at Ford’s mother’s home in Etobicoke to serve the mayor with a subpoena. It orders him to testify at a preliminary hearing for Alexander “Sandro” Lisi, who has been charged with extortion for alleged attempts to retrieve a video purported showing the mayor smoking what appears to be crack cocaine.

Aug. 11, 2014: Ford says someone threatened to bomb city hall if he doesn’t resign from office. He tells reporters that the threat came in an email to his brother, Coun. Doug Ford. Police bring in bomb-sniffing dogs to sweep the area, but find nothing.

July 1, 2014: While walking in a Canada Day parade in East York, Ford is confronted by the “shirtless jogger.” The man, frustrated with the mayor’s actions during his term in office, turns out to be a school teacher named Joe Killoran.

June 30, 2014: Rob Ford returns to work at city hall after treatment at the GreeneStone facility in Muskoka.

April 30, 2014: Ford’s lawyer said the Toronto mayor would take a leave of absence to seek help for substance abuse. Dennis Morris said Ford “realizes he needs help for substance abuse” but would not say what steps his client would take.

April 3, 2014: More details from a police documents shows that the alleged gang members of the Dixon community in northern Etobicoke were worried that the police, along with Ford’s people, would raid the neighbourhood looking for the so-called crack video. According to the document, Alexander Lisi, a friend and former driver for Ford, made threats, saying that he and the police would run through the neighbourhood. Lisi allegedly put extreme pressure on others to try to get the video returned.

March 19, 2014: A detailed description of the so-called Ford crack video is included in document released by a Toronto judge. The document, containing police allegations used to obtain search warrants in an ongoing investigation involving Ford, says the video was filmed on Family Day weekend in 2013. Police also allege another video shows an alleged gang member describing how to “catch a mayor smoking crack,”

March 14, 2014 : Ford’s brother and fellow city councillor Doug Ford accuse actor Kevin Spacey of being an “arrogant S.O.B.” While the mayor was waiting to appear on the Jimmy Kimmel Live talk show in Los Angeles, Doug Ford said they were told they couldn’t talk to or take a picture with Spacey. The comment is made on their Ford Nation show on YouTube. The next day Spacey posts a doctored photo on Twitter of himself between the Ford brothers on the Ford Nation set with the caption “All you had to do was ask, guys. Here’s your pic.”

March 3, 2014: Mayor Ford makes a highly-anticipated appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live, with the host introducing him by saying, “our first guest tonight has tripped, bumped, danced, argued and smoked his was into our national consciousness.” Ford told Kimmel he wasn’t elected to be perfect but to clean up the financial mess at City Hall.

Jan. 31, 2014: While visiting a Vancouver suburb for the funeral of a friend’s mother, Ford gets a ticket for jaywalking. He says he was singled out by police. The Toronto Star reports that hours later, he was served drinks after closing hours at a pub in Coquitlam. It quotes an unidentified witness as saying Ford went into a tiny staff washroom only to emerge more than an hour later “talking gibberish.” Ford and the pub’s owner do not comment.

Jan. 21, 2014: After weeks of adamant vows that he had given up alcohol, Ford admits he had been drinking the previous night after a video emerged on YouTube of him in a rambling, profane rant using Jamaican patois. Ford says he had been on personal time at a west-end Toronto restaurant and did not think the language he used was offensive.

Dec. 9, 2013: In a televised interview with Conrad Black, Ford claims that Toronto Star reporter Daniel Dale was in his backyard in May 2012, “taking pictures of little kids.” He says “I don’t want to say that word but you start thinking what this guy is all about.” Dale later serves Ford with a libel notice, alleging Ford insinuated he is a pedophile. He later announces he is not proceeding with the lawsuit after Ford apologizes and retracts his comments, though only after a first attempt at an apology that Dale found unsatisfactory.

Nov. 18, 2013: City council votes by a wide margin to slash Ford’s mayoral budget and hand many of his duties to deputy mayor Norm Kelly. Ford called it a “coup d’etat” and vowed it would be war in the October 2014 municipal election.

Nov. 15, 2013: Toronto city council overwhelmingly passes two motions to limit Ford’s powers. He says that council left him with no choice but to begin costly legal action to try to overturn the decisions.

Nov. 14, 2013: Ford shocked everyone when he spouted an obscenity on live TV while denying allegations in the police court document that he made lewd comments to an ex-female staffer. He later apologized with his wife by his side at city hall and said he was getting professional support. City councillors called on him to resign. Ford stubbornly refused, and Premier Kathleen Wynne reiterated that city council has to address the issues it faces, but the province could intervene if requested.

Nov. 13, 2013: The mayor’s ex-staffers told police he was intoxicated at work, drank while driving and associated with suspected prostitutes, according to unredacted portions of a police document. The release came shortly after city council voted overwelmingly in favour of a motion urging Ford to take a leave of absence and just hours after he admitted during the meeting to buying illegal drugs while in office.

Nov. 7, 2013: A video posted online by the Toronto Star and Toronto Sun shows Ford spewing obscenities and using threatening words, including “kill” and “murder.” The mayor tells reporters that he was “extremely” drunk and is “extremely” embarrassed. But he doesn’t explain who he’s angry at.

Nov. 5, 2013: Ford admits he has smoked crack cocaine. “Yes I have smoked crack cocaine,” he said at city hall, later adding, “Have I tried it? Probably in one of my drunken stupors, probably approximately a year ago.”

Nov. 5, 2013: Doug Ford, the mayor’s brother, says police chief Bill Blair should step aside over what he said was a conflict of interest. He also says that he and his brother have been “uninvited” from an upcoming police gala.

Nov. 4, 2013: Mayor Ford is the butt of late-night talk show jokes, mocked on The Daily Show and the subject of jabs from Jay Leno and Howard Stern.

Nov. 4, 2013: Ford again calls on police to release the infamous video.

Nov. 4, 2013: Toronto voters – and councillors – are split on whether they should accept Ford’s apology.

Nov. 3, 2013: During his weekly radio show, Ford acknowledged he has made mistakes in his life but left unanswered questions about the alleged crack video that has propelled him into the international spotlight. He apologized to voters and said he would not resign.

Nov. 2, 2013: Ford’s approval rating goes up slightly

Nov. 1, 2013: An email written by a city hall security guard describes an incident on St. Patrick’s Day last year when Mayor Ford appeared drunk and visibly upset.

Nov. 1, 2013: Ford calls on police to release video – a video he had previously said did not exist.

Nov. 1, 2013: All four major Toronto newspapers call on Ford to step aside or resign.

Nov. 1, 2013: Police say the man who showed the Ford video to reporters from the Toronto Star and Gawker was the target of an extortion attempt.

Oct. 31, 2013: Toronto police reveal they have the alleged crack video that is “consistent with video previously described by the media.” Ford says he has no reason to resign and will not comment further on the issue as it is “before the courts.”

Oct. 31, 2013: Documents relating to the drug arrest of Ford’s friend Lisi are partially unsealed. The police document says an alleged video that appears to show Ford using crack cocaine was the focus of an investigation that led to dozens of arrests.

The document shows friends and former staffers of Ford were concerned that Lisi was “fuelling” the Toronto mayor’s alleged drug use.

Oct. 30, 2013: Judge Ian Nordheimer rules that a search warrant relating to the arrest of Lisi will be publicly released. It will be scrutinized for mentions of the mayor.

Oct. 22, 2013: A letter Ford wrote as a character reference for Lisi’s sentencing hearing is released to the public. At the hearing, Lisi, an alleged drug dealer, was sentenced to time served and two years’ probation for threatening to kill his ex-girlfriend.

Oct. 11, 2013: Hours after Coun. Paul Ainslie steps down from Ford’s executive committee, the mayor targets Ainslie’s constituents with robocalls criticizing him for voting against a Scarborough subway. Ainslie vows to file a complaint with the city’s integrity commissioner.

Oct. 1, 2013: Lisi is arrested during a raid in Etobicoke was charged with trafficking in marijuana, possession of proceeds of crime, possession of marijuana and conspiracy to commit an indictable offence.

Aug. 10, 2013: Video surfaces on YouTube of Ford appearing to be intoxicated at the Taste of the Danforth Festival. Ford later admitted that he had consumed a couple of beers but that he did not drive home.

May 30, 2013: Following the departure of three staffers in one week, Ford’s policy advisor Brian Johnston, who also handles council relations, and the mayor’s executive assistant Kia Nejatian both resign.

May 27, 2013: Ford’s office announces that his press secretary George Christopoulos and deputy press secretary Isaac Ransom are no longer employed in the mayor’s office. While speaking to the media Ford states that despite the departures from his office staff “it’s business as usual.”

May 24, 2013: Following the open letter from six members of his executive committee, Ford holds a news conference and breaks his silence saying, “I do not use crack cocaine nor am I an addict of crack cocaine. As for a video I can’t comment on a video that I’ve not seen or does not exist.”

May 24, 2013: Members of Ford’s hand-picked executive committee ask the mayor to formally address allegations of drug use. Deputy Mayor Doug Holyday says he is prepared to step in, if needed.

May 23, 2013: Ford fires his chief of staff, Mark Towhey. According to multiple reports, Towhey had urged Ford to seek help for his alleged addiction.

May 22, 2013: Ford is fired from his volunteer football coaching job at Don Bosco high school. The school says it has nothing to do with drug allegations. Instead, it is based on comments Ford made to the Toronto Sun, where he said students would not be at the school if not for the team.

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