Nov 09, 2013
By Bob Sheppard
A man who had posession of the alleged Rob Ford crack cocaine video thought he could get a million dollars for it.
That’s according to Mohamad Farah who told City TV News that the man is his friend, and he was helping him out by offering the video for sale to the Toronto Star and Gawker, a U.S. website.
Farah says he told his friend he could only expect to get ten-thousand dollars for it.
Farah says he became worried about his personal safety when he heard that some unsavory characters were attempting to get the video, and were making threats in an attempt to get it.
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