The man who purportedly tried to sell the alleged Rob Ford drug video had home raided in Project Traveller

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National Post | News

The man who purportedly tried to sell an alleged video of Mayor Rob Ford smoking a crack pipe was among those whose homes were raided in this summer’s Project Traveller guns-and-gangs sweep, court documents reveal.

The Crown on Monday released a list of addresses where police executed search warrants, including Mohamed Siad’s fourth-floor apartment unit at 320 Dixon Road. A handful of other units in the west-end apartment building were also targeted in the June raids.

Project Traveller was a massive police crackdown focusing on the activities of the Dixon City Bloods, an Etobicoke gang. Along with Mr. Siad, two men who appeared in a photo with Mayor Ford outside a local crackhouse were arrested in the sweep, which put dozens of suspected gang members behind bars.


The National Post has not seen the alleged crack-smoking video and cannot verify its authenticity. The Toronto Star, which described the…

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