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Answered 2012-06-08 19:02:19

No, the templar knights were all arrested and killed by order of Pope Clement V and King Phillip IV. They were arrested, tortured, and killed on October 13th, 1307. The reason that they were killed is because King Phillip needed money and the Templar Knights wouldn't give it to him and in rage he asked the pope to excommunicate in which he agreed.

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