The man who secretly filmed the now infamous ‘crack video’ is being sentenced to eight years in prison.
On Monday, Mohamed Siad pleaded guilty to five charges in relation to guns and drug offences.
The 29-year-old was arrested in 2013 following the Project Traveler Raids, and admitted to having an affiliation with the Dixon City Bloods gang.
The famous video, which apparently showed former mayor Rob Ford smoking what appeared to be crack cocaine at a home in Windsor, was retrieved during the raids.
Ford’s former friend and driver Sandro Lisi was charged with extortion for allegedly trying to retrieve the video.
Siad will only serve another four years and 10 months of the eight years, credited with time served.