VIDEO: Freemasonry & Police Corruption – Inside the Brotherhood, narrated by Martin Short

Part Two – ‘A Firm in a Firm’

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Civil Marriage Watch: Freemason Larry King seeks 8th divorce

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Larry King seeks 8th divorce

April 15, 2010 By Alan Duke, CNN

Shawn and Larry King attend a party in February. Both cite “irreconcilable differences” in their filings.

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CNN talk show host has been married 8 times to 7 women

RELATED TOPICS Larry King Divorce Law

Freemason Larry King and Freemason Sir Paul McCartney

Los Angeles, California (CNN) — CNN talk show host Larry King and his wife, Shawn King, each filed for divorce Wednesday in Los Angeles Superior Court.

Shawn King’s lawyer did not immediately respond to CNN’s request for comment.

The documents said the couple separated on Tuesday, the same day Shawn King signed her papers. Larry King’s signature was dated Wednesday. Both petitions were filed Wednesday.

Each is asking that they not be ordered to pay spousal support to the other, and they both want the other to pay their attorney fees.

While his filing offers little detail about what marital property he will claim, her petition lists the Beverly Hills, California, home where the couple has resided for the past two years and two Utah houses.

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Report: Freemason David Letterman Reveals Extortion Attempt

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Freemason Conan O’Brien takes over from Freemason Jay Leno on NBC Tonight Show

Bro. O’Brien exchanged freemason secret handshakes when he joined Bro. Leno on the set for his final Tonight Show episode on Friday night. Bro. Leno was recruited to the Tonight Show to replace Freemason Johnny Carson in 1992 after many guest spot appearances. Bro. Leno supported the careers of many Freemason entertainers and politicians during his 17 year run, mirroring Bro. Carson’s masonic habits. Bro. Leno also ‘cut’ quite a few masonic recognition handsigns during his final monologue, a practice which he will no doubt continue in the fall on his ‘new’ program.

Jay Leno ended his 17-year run on NBC’s “The Tonight Show” with one for the record books. His send-off drew the highest Friday overnight ratings during his tenure on the program.

In the top 56 local TV markets, Leno scored an 8.8 rating/20 share in households, according to early data from Nielsen Media Research. That more than doubled the 3.9 rating Leno has averaged in the second quarter of this year. And it was the highest-rated “Tonight” for any night of the week since President Obama visited the program on March 19. Final ratings, including total viewer numbers, will not be available until […]

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