McCready is suffering the consequences of his actions.
Normally people are discharged from bankruptcy after three years but Mr McCready said he was pursuing early release primarily so he could renew his relationship with his two adult daughters – aged 37 and 40 – who both live in Canada and who he has not seen for 20 years.
Bankruptcy prevented him from travelling and was stopping him from getting on with his life.
Far be it from me to deny McCready his insights and regrets, but if he couldn’t be assed to go see them for 20 years, and (my presumption), they haven’t taken the time to come here, I’m afraid that I see this as nothing more than a cynical ploy.
The boy has form – being convicted for blackmail being one of the list of colourful events in his life. ¬† Read more »
The journalist that broke the Mayor Rob Ford story in Toronto Canada was pilloried. ¬†It’s something I’m not unfamiliar with myself.
“But as she became the face of the story, Doolittle also endured a¬†surprising amount of hostility. “I understand how someone can say, ‘I¬†don’t care what the mayor does in his personal time.’ That’s¬†completely valid,” she says. “But you don’t need to say, ‘I bet you’re¬†a heroin-using prostitute.’” ¬† Read more »
Toronto Mayor Rob Ford is in trouble again…this time for jay walking. Still beats getting constant duck call heckles.
The Herald reposts an AP report.
¬†It seems that Toronto Mayor Rob Ford can’t cross the street these days without getting into trouble.
The mayor’s spokesman, Amin Massoudi, confirmed Saturday that Ford received a jaywalking ticket Friday night.
Ford was in a suburb of Vancouver, British Columbia, where he’s attending the funeral of a friend’s mother.
Toronto’s embattled mayor last year made international headlines when he admitted to having smoked crack cocaine while in a drunken stupor.¬† Read more »