Are freemasons above the law?

Freemasons are under the same civil laws as ll citizens, and they apply stringent criteria to themselves than the law demands.

Thus, one found guilty of a crime does no longer meet the requirements of good character, whether or not an official internal inquiry has been held.
By breaking the civil law, in ways that condemn them to more than a fine, a Freemason is no longer Free, and thus no longer a Mason.

In any case, trying to protect an offender, shelter them from prosecution, hide their guilt, swipe a registered judgement under the carpet, or to demand such unmasonic behaviors to be carried out by others, is in itself unmasonic.


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    • richard clarke on 25 October 2020 at 9:13 pm
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    Can freemasons protect the police from corruption? Also can freemasons be in the army and press someone to join even when they do not wish to.

    1. Hi Richard,
      Neither of the situations you ask about would happen. Nobody should be coerced to join any organization they do not wish to. Also, Freemasons have no jurisdiction over the police or any official government body.

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