Some members of Cleveland City Council are calling for a re-examination of the city “second chances” program, after the tragic murder of Aisha Fraser on Nov. 17.
Police have arrested Fraser’s ex-husband, Lance Mason, in connection with the case.
Mason was convicted on felony domestic violence charges for brutally beating Fraser in 2014, yet the city hired Mason as an administrator in 2017, under its second chances policy.
Cleveland council members Kevin Conwell and Tony Brancatelli are just two Cleveland council members who are calling for the policy to be re-examined, especially when hiring people who have felony domestic violence convictions.
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