What Should We Make of the Silly Fake Masonic Police Force in California

© Provided by Guardian News Supreme Sovereign Grand Master David Henry X° Photograph: via Henry X's Google+ Page.
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Supreme Sovereign Grand Master David Henry X° Photograph: via Henry X’s Google+ Page.

A minister, an aide to the attorney general of California and a purported Emmy winner could face up to a year in county jail, after they were arrested in late April for posing as members of a fictional police department supposedly tied to the Knights Templar.  

Reverend Tonette Hayes, 56, Brandon Kiel, 36, and 46-year-old David Henry, Kiel’s father-in-law, claimed to be members of the Masonic Fraternal Police Department (MFPD). On its website, the group says it has existed for more than 3,000 years and has legal jurisdiction in 33 states and Mexico.

Authorities disagree.

Police charged Kiel with six misdemeanor counts of impersonating a police officer and misuse of government identification. Henry was booked for perjury under oath and impersonating an officer, and Hayes was charged with four counts of impersonating an officer.

Reached by phone, Hayes declined to comment.

While none had legitimate law enforcement credentials, all three of those charged did apparently have strong ties to secretive societies with Masonic appearances. According to a 2014 story in the LA Watts Times, Henry and Kiel were members of Sir Brileys Knights of Luxor Knights Templars Grand Lodge AASR.

In their letter to police chiefs, the trio claimed 5,686 lodges were affiliated with their organization.

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Source: The Guardian | Anita Chabria

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