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JaceI

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Billy J Kramer wrote:
Why are so many JW disallusioned? Because the realization that they believed nonsense and fairy tales finally arrives. We must be gracious and pity them.
Very true indeed

“the truth will set you free...”

Since: Nov 10

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Mikronboy wrote:
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Plenty of cases against JW molestors! And, as far as your comment about "fizzle" is concerned, I don't even have to go Google about JW molestors because we had one right here, right in the local congregation situated just half a mile from my home. Here you go: Source: Western Daily Press (West England):
- Jehovah's Witness preacher and ministerial servant Dennis Atwell (58) was convicted of child abuse at Bristol Grown Court on 21st. March 1997. Father of six, Atwell, married to wife Betty for 37 years, was a respected member of the congregation of Jehovah's Witnesses in Burnham-on-Sea, West Somerset. He admitted to 12 counts of indecent assault, indecency with a child, buggery and incest. The selected representative incidents cited took place between 1968 and 1982.
Ian Pringle, prosecuting, told the court: "This indictment represents a long history of sexual abuse against children." David Osbourne, defending, said "He pleaded guilty at the first opportunity and made it clear he would confess to everything the victims alleged - this has spared them the ordeal of reliving a very traumatic experience." (Following interviews with the police and counselling by social workers the three Atwell children, Kathy, Annette and William - all now adults with children of their own - had made written statements which were presented to the court in the form of Affidavits.)
Awaiting trial, Atwell was secretly relocated by the Watchtower leadership to the nearby town of Weston-Super-Mare where he attended meetings at a Kingdom Hall and mingled freely with other unsuspecting sect members including children. He was also `assigned territory` where he could continue his 'full time ministry', termed 'pioneering', selling Watchtower literature door to door - usually alone. He was never 'disfellowshipped' or excommunicated.
The Atwell family members who have found the courage to speak out against their wicked father also feel that they have been emotionally abused by the Watchtower Society. They want to expose it for what it is. They all agree to the widest coverage of their plight and want the world to know their story.
Was this man even one of Jehovah's Witnesses when the abuse took place? He was convicted fifteen years after the fact. A person's free to go to whatever congregation they like, but the Watchtower Society doesn't relocate anyone to another congregation for any reason. Did "Western Daily Press" present a shred of evidence to back their claim? Western Daily Press was a tabloid paper that published quirky and bizarre stories and is no longer in print. I would definitely question their journalistic integrity.
dee lightful

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Dream-weaver wrote:
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Was this man even one of Jehovah's Witnesses when the abuse took place? He was convicted fifteen years after the fact. A person's free to go to whatever congregation they like, but the Watchtower Society doesn't relocate anyone to another congregation for any reason. Did "Western Daily Press" present a shred of evidence to back their claim? Western Daily Press was a tabloid paper that published quirky and bizarre stories and is no longer in print. I would definitely question their journalistic integrity.
How do you know what the WT does when you are not even a JW but only an x-bible study?
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JaceI

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dee lightful wrote:
<quoted text> How do you know what the WT does when you are not even a JW but only an x-bible study?
LOL
When are these folks going to. Dip. Their toe in the water and stop all this jaw boning

Only after you are baptized as a jw can one say the have demonstrated their talk

We all have decades of being in this group. They have none. No exp. at all

Just talk
UNchained

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JaceI wrote:
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When are these folks going to. Dip. Their toe in the water and stop all this jaw boning
Only after you are baptized as a jw can one say the have demonstrated their talk
We all have decades of being in this group. They have none. No exp. at all
Just talk
Our boy Gareth is a good example of jaw boning.

He advocates the JW's but still has not dipped his toes in the water.

Carrying the water for the Watchtower without getting wet doesn't get him any points.
JaceI

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UNchained wrote:
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Our boy Gareth is a good example of jaw boning.
He advocates the JW's but still has not dipped his toes in the water.
Carrying the water for the Watchtower without getting wet doesn't get him any points.
After while one sounds like a fool

Everyone except these clowns here understand that you only can recommend something as being the best in the world for so long before the question is asked

If it is this. Good then why ain't you tried it

And with 50000 post under his belt his time is running out

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