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The Leominster Police Department has launched an internal investigation after allegations surfaced that it was one of its officers who directed a racial slur at Red Sox player Carl Crawford last week, said Mayor Dean Mazzarella.
Mazzarella would not reveal the name of the officer, but said he is white and has been with the department for about five years. The officer, who is on vacation until this weekend, will be placed on desk duty when he returns, Mazzarella said.
Crawford said he was signing autographs before his Sea Dogs game when the fan called him a “Monday.” The racial slur is less well-known. Urban Dictionary defines “Monday” as “Another way of saying [the N-word] without getting caught.”
Originally posted by FortAnthem
It seems like they're trying to turn every word in ths dictionary into a code word for some type of racial slur.
Mayor fires Leominster cop who slurred Red Sox player
The mayor of Leominster has fired a police officer who was accused of directing a racial slur at Boston Red Sox [team stats] outfielder Carl Crawford during a minor league game.
Mayor Dean Mazzarella said todaythat officer John Perrault’s comments and actions show he’s unfit to serve on the city’s police force.
Originally posted by Mirthful Me
(US) A black person. Popularized by Russell Peters stand up at Def Jam.