No Accountability for White Mass. Judge who referred to a Black Defendant as "Some Field Nigger" - Retired with 6 Figure Pension
From [HERE] It was a conversation between two judges about a Black defendant in the courtroom just a short time earlier.
"I'll tell you, he's some field (n-word)," District Court Judge Michael Creedon said, according to an internal court report obtained by 5 Investigates.
The other judge responded, "What?"
Creedon then allegedly repeated, "You know, a field nigger)."
The conversation from June was recalled by a probation officer who overheard it while heading to the judge's chambers to look for a signature on some paperwork. But it upset the probation officer so much he reported it, and the investigation that followed ultimately led to Creedon's agreeing in September to quietly retire with a six-figure pension.
The state Judicial Conduct Commission released no details of the complaint or the investigation except to say it involved a racially insensitive remark, but the report obtained by 5 Investigates reveals the complaint that started the investigation.
A month after Creedon's agreement, the state Commission on Judicial Conduct issued a three-sentence news release saying Creedon retired because of the complaint and for family health reasons. Creedon has not returned 5 Investigates' phone calls seeking comment.