Local Masons take new precautions after foiled terror plot
10:21 PM, Jan 29, 2016
10:35 PM, Jan 29, 2016
MILWAUKEE- A place known for its open door policy is forced to make changes.
"We want Masonry to be open to the public and to our members, but by the same token we have to exercise good sense too," explained Frank Struble, Masons Grand Master in Wisconsin.
Milwaukee terror suspect Samy Hazeh was allegedly plotting to kill 30 people at the Humphrey Scottish Rite Masonic Center in downtown Milwaukee. The door there is now locked 24 hours a day along with other Masonic facilities around the state.