Friday, July 24, 2009

Freemasons arrested for sorcery

"Are you a good witch, or a bad witch?" Glinda asked Dorothy.

Apparently in Fiji, it doesn't matter what kind of witch you are... or even if you're a witch at all. Sorcery isn't allowed there, apparently.

Police arrested 14 Freemasons Tuesday night when their meeting was "interrupted by a banging on the door, and there were these village people and the police demanding to be let in."

Wands, compasses and a skull were also seized from the lodge

One Freemason, after spending a "wretched" night in jail, told reporters "dopey village people" were to blame for the raid.

Police director of operations Waisea Tabakau told Legend FM News in Fiji that the group was being investigated for "allegedly practicing sorcery," the Fiji Village website reported.

The Masons were released Wednesday morning, allegedly at the order of the Prime Minister.

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  1. As long as they weren't discussing religion or politics, what is the problem?

    P.S. happy b-day WS!

  2. they believe in that over there. It would seem unruly to justify how we do things over there. We cant look down upon them for that either, because thats the way they do things. I think it rather funny that the Prime Minister helped them out.


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