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These images were among the nearly 500 pages of evidence released by the courts on Oct. 31 as part of an investigation known as Project Brazen 2.

This image taken at approximately 1 a.m. on August 10, 2013, according to police documents, shows Mr. Ford leaving the ESSO gas station at 280 Scarlett Rd., in Toronto with a few snacks after his appearance at the Taste of the Danforth.

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This image, taken at 4:15 p.m. on July 28, 2013, shows Mr. Ford in line at an LCBO store.

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In this image, taken on Sept. 8, 2013, according to police documents, Mr. Ford re-enters the same ESSO gas station on Scarlett Road with a newspaper and Gatorade he purchased minutes before. He heads straight to the washroom.

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In these images, taken on Sept. 8, 2013, according to police documents, Mr. Lisi enters the ESSO station soon after Mr. Ford re-enters. Mr. Lisi leaves with two Tropicana orange juice bottles, a Gatorade bottle and some air fresheners. Mr. Ford emerges from the washroom, gets paper towel from the attendant and returns the roll to him after he finishes in the washroom.

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According to police documents, this photo taken on Sept. 8, 2013, from CCTV footage shows Mr. Lisi throwing something out beside Mr. Ford's vehicle while he is in the washroom.

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The images above, taken July 11, 2013, show Mr. Ford's direct path to the washroom in the ESSO gas station at 280 Scarlett Road in Toronto, police documents say. Mr. Lisi enters shortly after and picks out a few bottles of Gatorade and a bag of chips.

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In this image, taken on July 23, 2013, Mr. Lisi appears to be showing Mr. Ford something on his cell phone outside Mr. Lisi's house, according to the police reports.

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In this image, taken on July 23, 2013, Mr. Lisi appears to be showing Mr. Ford something on his cell phone outside Mr. Lisi's house, according to police reports.

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In this image, taken on July 23, 2013, Mr. Lisi appears to be showing Mr. Ford something on his cell phone outside Mr. Lisi's house, according to police reports.

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Mr. Ford is seen at a Toronto Blue Jays game at the Rogers Centre on July 24, 2013. The man to his left, circled in red, is believed to be Mr. Lisi, police documents say.

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