Your newspaper must have wondered how it could soup up a mediocre article about two alleged fraudsters (News, April 18).
Since they are both masons, you headlined it “Masonic pair ‘ran a six-year loans fraud’”. Why did you do that? Do you not know anything about masonry? I am sure that the two villains probably belong to the same shul; maybe the same golf club or any other society where people meet. So why imply that masonry had any part to play in their dealings?
Masonry has a huge Jewish membership as the work involved is based on the Old Testament and is founded on the highest principles. Because people think it is a secret society — which it is not — it is headlines like that which give it a bad name. Ken Burns Justice & Liberty Lodge firstname.lastname@example.org