A report in today's Sunday Telegraph reports that a national masonic lodge has been set up by leading police officers. From the article we learn:
"Masonic rules require members to do all they can to support each other, to look after each other and to keep each others' lawful secrets. New members of the so-called Brotherhood are blindfolded, a hangman's noose placed around their necks and they are warned their throat will be slit and their tongue torn out if they break their oath."
If Masonic rules require members to do all they can to support each other and to look after each other, then this article is not news as it would appear lodges already exist within ACPO, the quangocracy and Westminster.
In which case, I would suggest we forget about the breaking of any oaths and just carry on with either of the promised punishments.