When I was locked up, I didn’t see transgender inmates treated badly.
Mansfield Frazier is a native Clevelander and former newspaper editor. His regular column can be seen on CoolCleveland.com. An avid gardener, he resides in the Hough neighborhood of Cleveland with his wife, Brenda, and their two dogs, Zaida and Ginger.
The Boston mobster was found guilty, but the seedy relationship between cops and informants lives on.
His victim complex will only get worse in the clink, writes Mansfield Frazier.
The discovery of another serial killer lurking in Ohio’s second-largest city sounds all too familiar.
As opening statements kick off in the trial of George Zimmerman, the media is poised to pounce on every sordid detail. Mansfield Frazier on the coming blow to race relations in the U.S.
Could the mayor of a major city really smoke crack and still do his job?
Unlike the ‘Real Housewives,’ prisoners aren’t really exercising free will when they sign up to exploited on TV.
Throwing the death penalty at alleged kidnapper Ariel Castro will turn an open-and-shut legal case into a long, expensive mess.
How are regular Ohio folks reacting to the Cleveland horror? Mansfield Frazier went to the iconic Donna’s Diner to find out.