Wednesday, 14 December 2016

Freemasonry and Andrew Rosindell MP (Part 19)

In 2003 it was reported that Andrew Rosindell MP (Conservative, Romford) was made a Freeman of the City of London (see Debretts). The Havering Witness justice campaign would like to consider the consequences of this for the voters of Romford.  To do this The Havering Witness has studied the book “The Brotherhood” by Stephen Knight, 1994 edition, published by Harper Collins, ISBN 0-586-05983-0, the book is described as the “The Explosive Expose’ Of The Secret World Of The Freemasons”. 
“ qualify for the membership of one the [City of London] livery companies a man must be a Freeman of the City of London, an honour generally awarded by Freemasons to Freemasons..” p 228
On a chapter by chapter basis we have selected quotes that concerned us greatly Witnesses to crime and corruption who are prepared to give their testimony under oath in a court of law should not be ignored.

Quotes From “The Brotherhood” by Stephen Knight,  Chapter 19

Chapter 19 – The Mason Poisoner

At the Old Bailey on 12 March 1912 “Frederick Henry Seddon, you stand convicted of wilful murder.  Have you anything to say for yourself why the court should not give judgement of death according to law?”

“I have sir”

“Reading from notes, the murderer calmly spoke of his innocence of the murder of his middle-aged spinster lodger Eliza Barrow. Then, turning to the judge, Seddon, made a Masonic sign. ‘I declare before the Great Architect of the Universe I am not guilty, my lord.” P161

Why would a murderer even conceive of doing such a thing if he hadn’t had some suggestion from his fellow Freemasons that it might work ?

The judge made a long “emotional” speech full of Masonic references but did eventually sentence Seddon to death by hanging.  P 164


Why on earth was the judge emotional towards the accused ? Was it because he felt he needed to masonically justify the sentence as well as legally justify it ?

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