PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — The Pittsburgh NAACP says they want a full investigation from the Judicial Conduct Board of Pennsylvania into the Pittsburgh judge who is accused of calling a black juror “Aunt Jemima.”

KDKA’s Andy Sheehan learned on Tuesday that career prosecutor and current Allegheny County Common Pleas Judge Mark Tranquilli was re-assigned after sources say he allegedly made racially-charged remarks in a closed-door meeting.

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The meeting came at the conclusion of a drug trial two weeks ago in which Assistant DA Ted Dutkowski said Tranquilli “was not happy” the jury rendered a ‘not guilty’ verdict.

In chambers, Tranquilli questioned the assistant DA about why he had not moved to strike or block a black woman juror during jury selection weeks before.

“You weren’t out of strikes when you decided to put Aunt Jemima on the jury,” Tranquilli is alleged to say.

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The document alleges Tranquilli said of the woman who had her hair in a headdress, “As soon as she sat down, she crossed her arms and looked like this.”

Dutokwski said the judge then crossed his arms and scowled, then continued: “You know darn well that when she goes home to her baby daddy, he’s probably slinging heroin too.”

Tranquilli has been placed on administrative duty.

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The NACP says the Judicial Conduct Board should consider removing Tranquilli from the bench.