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I Smoked Crack Today On Facebook ->->->-> http://shurll.com/c0eqg
Hide Caption 4 of 9 Photos: Photos: Toronto Mayor Rob Ford controversyToronto Mayor Rob Ford controversy – Ford displays a milk mustache as he takes part in voting with city council members November 14 in Toronto.Hide Caption 5 of 9 Photos: Photos: Toronto Mayor Rob Ford controversyToronto Mayor Rob Ford controversy – Hundreds gather in Toronto's Nathan Phillips Square on Wednesday, November 13, to call for Ford to resign.Hide Caption 6 of 9 Photos: Photos: Toronto Mayor Rob Ford controversyToronto Mayor Rob Ford controversy – Ford responds to Councilor Denzil Minnan-Wong's motion for him to step down, refusing to take a leave on November 13.Hide Caption 7 of 9 Photos: Photos: Toronto Mayor Rob Ford controversyToronto Mayor Rob Ford controversy – Ford addresses the media at Toronto's City Hall on Tuesday, November 5, as he acknowledges that he smoked crack "probably a year ago," when he was in a "drunken stupor." But he refused to resign despite immense pressure.Hide Caption 8 of 9 Photos: Photos: Toronto Mayor Rob Ford controversyToronto Mayor Rob Ford controversy – Ford denies using crack during a news conference at City Hall in May 2013. .. He was re-elected to the City Council in 2014 and was serving in that role at the time of his death. My condolences and best wishes to the Ford family today.— Justin Trudeau (JustinTrudeau) March 22, 2016 The Toronto Star reported that flags at Toronto's City Hall and civic centers will fly at half staff to mark Ford's death and will remain lowered until his funeral.Toronto Mayor John Tory said the city was "reeling" at the news that Ford had died, the newspaper reported.CNN's Ashley Fantz and Melissa Gray contributed to this report. Photos: Photos: Toronto Mayor Rob Ford controversy Photos: Photos: Toronto Mayor Rob Ford controversyToronto Mayor Rob Ford controversy – Embattled Toronto Mayor Rob Ford said Wednesday, April 30, that he is taking a break from his re-election campaign and his mayoral duties to seek help for alcohol abuse. You may have followed a broken or outdated link, or there may be an error on our site. The announcement came hours after a local newspaper reported on a new video that allegedly shows Ford smoking crack cocaine on Saturday, April 27. Ford, who had been battling an aggressive form of cancer, served for a decade as a city councilor before being elected mayor in 2010. 0 Shares Email Star Comments Add Interests Customize your news feed by choosing the topics that interest you. "It's got lots of competition. Crack lost some of its stigma, Castoro said, when crystal meth, an even more debilitating drug used by the poor, became popular. It's always been a thing in the pop culture and among celebrities," said Rocco Castoro, editor-in-chief of Vice magazine. "It's time to stop the gravy train that provides luxuries and perks to politicians and rich contracts to their friends."Ford's time as mayor, however, was plagued by scandal. But is it back? "Crack is still out there, but not like it used to be," a Drug Enforcement Agency spokesman told ABCNews.com. Rob Ford: I drank a little with my friends before latest videoBut as more videos surfaced showing Ford in compromising circumstances, the scrutiny became more intense, and his relationship with the City Council became more acrimonious. 'My drunken stupors'Months later, the admission finally came: He told reporters he "probably" smoked the drug at some point."Yes, I have smoked crack cocaine," he said. .. Former Toronto Mayor Ro


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Hide Caption 4 of 9 Photos: Photos: Toronto Mayor Rob Ford controversyToronto Mayor Rob Ford controversy – Ford displays a milk mustache as he takes part in voting with city council members November 14 in Toronto.Hide Caption 5 of 9 Photos: Photos: Toronto Mayor Rob Ford controversyToronto Mayor Rob Ford controversy – Hundreds gather in Toronto's Nathan Phillips Square on Wednesday, November 13, to call for Ford to resign.Hide Caption 6 of 9 Photos: Photos: Toronto Mayor Rob Ford controversyToronto Mayor Rob Ford controversy – Ford responds to Councilor Denzil Minnan-Wong's motion for him to step down, refusing to take a leave on November 13.Hide Caption 7 of 9 Photos: Photos: Toronto Mayor Rob Ford controversyToronto Mayor Rob Ford controversy – Ford addresses the media at Toronto's City Hall on Tuesday, November 5, as he acknowledges that he smoked crack "probably a year ago," when he was in a "drunken stupor." But he refused to resign despite immense pressure.Hide Caption 8 of 9 Photos: Photos: Toronto Mayor Rob Ford controversyToronto Mayor Rob Ford controversy – Ford denies using crack during a news conference at City Hall in May 2013. .. He was re-elected to the City Council in 2014 and was serving in that role at the time of his death. My condolences and best wishes to the Ford family today.— Justin Trudeau (JustinTrudeau) March 22, 2016 The Toronto Star reported that flags at Toronto's City Hall and civic centers will fly at half staff to mark Ford's death and will remain lowered until his funeral.Toronto Mayor John Tory said the city was "reeling" at the news that Ford had died, the newspaper reported.CNN's Ashley Fantz and Melissa Gray contributed to this report. Photos: Photos: Toronto Mayor Rob Ford controversy Photos: Photos: Toronto Mayor Rob Ford controversyToronto Mayor Rob Ford controversy – Embattled Toronto Mayor Rob Ford said Wednesday, April 30, that he is taking a break from his re-election campaign and his mayoral duties to seek help for alcohol abuse. You may have followed a broken or outdated link, or there may be an error on our site. The announcement came hours after a local newspaper reported on a new video that allegedly shows Ford smoking crack cocaine on Saturday, April 27. Ford, who had been battling an aggressive form of cancer, served for a decade as a city councilor before being elected mayor in 2010. 0 Shares Email Star Comments Add Interests Customize your news feed by choosing the topics that interest you. "It's got lots of competition. Crack lost some of its stigma, Castoro said, when crystal meth, an even more debilitating drug used by the poor, became popular. It's always been a thing in the pop culture and among celebrities," said Rocco Castoro, editor-in-chief of Vice magazine. "It's time to stop the gravy train that provides luxuries and perks to politicians and rich contracts to their friends."Ford's time as mayor, however, was plagued by scandal. But is it back? "Crack is still out there, but not like it used to be," a Drug Enforcement Agency spokesman told ABCNews.com. Rob Ford: I drank a little with my friends before latest videoBut as more videos surfaced showing Ford in compromising circumstances, the scrutiny became more intense, and his relationship with the City Council became more acrimonious. 'My drunken stupors'Months later, the admission finally came: He told reporters he "probably" smoked the drug at some point."Yes, I have smoked crack cocaine," he said. .. Former Toronto Mayor Rob Ford diesBy Joshua Berlinger and Chuck Johnston, CNNUpdated 0649 GMT (1449 HKT) March 23, 2016 Chat with us in Facebook Messenger. Search Menu Interest Successfully Added We'll notify you here with news about AlertTag Turn on desktop notifications for breaking stories about interest? Off On Notifications Notifications For Interests: Breaking Interests See All To save your interests across all devices Log In or Sign Up Turn on desktop notifications for breaking news? Off On Log In Video Live Shows Good Morning America Good Morning America World News Tonight World News Tonight Nightline Nightline 20/20 20/20 This Week This Week The View The View What Would You Do? What Would You Do? ABC News Features ABC News Features U.S. To save your interests across all devices Log In or Sign Up » Is Crack Back? +Toronto Mayor Rob Ford Won't Step Down After Admitting Smoking Crack 13 dead after flooding and mudslides force thousands to flee in California Steve Bannon steps down from Breitbart News Classified satellite fell into ocean after SpaceX launch California man accused in Kansas 'swatting' death also wanted in Canada Trump's checkup comes as chatter about his health lingers Democrats press HHS nominee Azar on ties to drug industry Ex-Sheriff Joe Arpaio says he's running for the Senate in Arizona Trump doesn't foresee Oprah presidential run, but predicts he would beat her The Note: Democratic daydreams of replacing Trump don't help the party's identity Source: Mueller raises possibility his office may need to speak to Trump Families anxious after DHS ends special immigration status Lindsey Graham takes a dig at Trump over 'genius' claim Democrats move to offense on health care; seek 'big ideas' . But he had to abandon his re-election bid in September 2014 after being diagnosed with a malignant liposarcoma, a rare and aggressive cancer that doctors said spread from the fatty tissue of his abdomen to other parts of his body.Ford was instead elected councilor for the seat he previously held, Ward 2 -- his birthplace of Etobicoke North. Crack still packs the same bang for its buck, but the typical crack user is no longer the inner city "crack head" of popular imagination, said Carl Hart, a Columbia University professor who studies crack. When Sheen admitted his crack use it made his fans "rally around him," and when Ford confessed "he also saw boost in his popularity and approval," he said. ABC News Features Politics International Entertainment Lifestyle Health Virtual Reality Investigative Technology Weather Sports Privacy PolicyPrivacy Policy Your CA Privacy RightsYour CA Privacy Rights Children's Online Privacy PolicyChildren's Online Privacy Policy Interest-Based AdsInterest-Based Ads Terms of UseTerms of Use Contact UsContact Us Yahoo!-ABC News Network 2018 ABC News Internet Ventures. The drug became popular in the 1980s because it allowed dealers to stretch further a cache of cocaine and sell the produced rocks to users who could not afford to buy pure coke. "Am I an addict? No. By clicking or navigating the site, you agree to allow our collection of information on and off Facebook through cookies. "Crack is really, really potent and it never really went away. Politics45CongressSecurityThe NineTrumpmericaStateBusinessMarketsTechLuxuryStarsScreenBingeCultureMediaBusinessCultureGadgetsFutureStartupsSportFootballTennisEquestrianGolfJudoHorse RacingMotorsportSailingSkiingOlympicsDestinationsFood & DrinkPlayStayVideosArtsDesignFashionArchitectureLuxuryAutosVideoHealthDiet + FitnessLiving WellParenting + FamilyVital SignsFeaturesFreedom ProjectImpact Your WorldInside Africa2 degreesCNN HeroesAll FeaturesVideoVideo newsFeature showsHLNTV showsTV scheduleFaces of CNN WorldwideCNNVRHow To Watch VRArchivesMoreWeatherCNN ProfilesLeadershipPressroomPartner sitesiReportWork for CNNU.S.InternationalEspaolArabicSet edition preference:U.S.InternationalConfirmFacebookTwitterInstagram. Ford is not the first politician to use crack. President Obama admitted to using powder cocaine in a memoir 5a02188284
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