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Thousands of e-mails have been released that provide a rare window into how Toronto Mayor Rob Ford's office handled revelations of the crack cocaine video scandal last spring. Here are some of the more intriguing e-mails.
Gawker reporter asks about crack video
Staf begs mayor to stay off radio
Ford's lawyer notified
Press secretary's inbox flooded
Other aides' inboxes quiet
Staff meeting called
Aides ignore media requests
Aides try to keep Ford from funeral
Don't take the mayor's calls, staff told
In a June 10 message to a real-estate entrepreneur who was seeking a lunch date with the mayor, Mr. Price indicates that he hopes the crisis is over.