Take a listen to Brady's appearance on Radio Times this morning, continuing a week of mayoral candidates throwing down with Marty Moss-Coane.
MM-C brought up crime and the "Stop Snitchin'" culture that cops and courts are forced to deal with. Brady said he understands the fear that some have to step forward to testify, but not him.
"I’m not afraid to do that. If I saw something happen, if I saw somebody do something, I’m going down. I’m going to be a witness, I’m going to testify.
"But you're a powerful guy," Moss-Coane interjects.
"If I'm not a powerful guy. I'm a man first before I'm anything. I will do that."
I think he also offered Brett Mandel a job. Brady talking about those that come to him for help, whether he's on vacation, in Washington, or in the city:
"If Brett Mandel came to me and said I’m trying to get something done here, I want to go back to the Controller's office or when you become mayor I really want to do some policy, what’s wrong with that? And I’m not saying he did that."