A former Leominster Police officer who was fired after directing a racial slur at a Red Sox player last summer was at City Hall on Tuesday to appeal his termination.
The Leominster police officer accused of aiming racial slurs at Red Sox outfielder Carl Crawford was fired Thursday.
The Leominster Police Chief wants an officer accused of aiming racial slurs at Red Sox outfielder Carl Crawford fired.
The Leominster police officer accused of making a racial slur toward Red Sox outfielder Carl Crawford has been placed on leave.
Officials in Leominster plan to announce the findings of their probe into whether an off-duty city officer directed a racial slur at Red Sox outfielder Carl Crawford during a minor league game.
Leominster Mayor Dean Mazzarella expects the city’s inquiry to conclude by Tuesday at the latest, and that officials are hoping to interview Carl Crawford as part of the probe.
Political correctness as a way of life has its limits, mainly when it is used as an indiscriminate weapon by people caught up in a grievance culture gone overboard.