3,000-Year Old Illuminati Police Force Meets Its Match
Three people claiming to be descendants of the Knights Templar and members of a 3,000-year old police force are now in custody after they broke the first rule of Illuminati Police: you don't talk about Illuminati Police.
David Henry, Brandon Kiel and Tonette Hayes were arrested last Thursday for impersonating peace officers after they sent letters to various police chiefs throughout Southern California in January, announcing that Henry had been named Chief of the Masonic Fraternal Police Department. The 31-year old Kiel works in the California Department of Justice as deputy director of community affairs. The L.A. Times describes him as an "aide" to California attorney general Kamala Harris and says the department has put Kiel on administrative leave.
Authorities became suspicious of the group after the letters had been mailed out and Kiel called several agencies to schedule in-person meetings. Captain Roosevelt Johnson of the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department met with the group and according to an LASD release, "they could not answer basic questions about MFPD's jurisdiction and overall department mission." According to the MFPD's website, the organization was founded by the Knights Templar in 1100 BC and claims to have jurisdiction in 33 states, Mexico City, and oversees half a million members. And if you dare question their credentials, here's what they have to say about that:
When asked what is the difference between The Masonic Fraternal Police Department and other Police Departments the answer is simple for us. We were here first! We are born into this Organization our bloodlines go deeper then an application. This is more then a job it is an obligation.
Henry on his Google Plus account fashions himself GRANDMASTER HENRY X under "ILLUMINATOR JURISDICTION." A YouTube video uploaded to his account shows that he was able to parlay his cosplaying into an appearance with the LAPD in a press conference calling for peace after the acquittal of George Zimmerman for Trayvon Martin's death:
Deputies searched two addresses in Santa Clarita and found badges, weapons, uniforms, and "police type vehicles."
"I always see them with their uniforms, so I thought they were part of any department," Henry's neighbor in Santa Clarita told CBS 2. "I didn't know it was a fake one."