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Toronto Mayor Rob Ford leaves his house in Toronto Friday morning. Police said Thursday they have obtained a video "consistent" with media accounts that it shows Ford smoking crack cocaine, but they would not confirm the contents of the video. REUTERS/Mark Blinch

Police have video of Toronto mayor, allegedly smoking crack cocaine

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By Cameron French

Reuters

TORONTO (Reuters) - Police said Thursday they have obtained a video "consistent" with media accounts that it shows Toronto Mayor Rob Ford smoking crack cocaine, but they would not confirm the contents of the video.

Ford, who has denied he smokes crack, said he could not comment on the matter because the video is evidence in a separate case before the courts. But he said he would not quit his job.

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