Below is my disassociation letter. No one is ever officially gone until a JW disassociates himself or herself. I never felt the need to do so because I reasoned 'why should I comply with the Watchtower by disassociating my self. I have been an "inactive" JW for 25 years. I now have a reason to disassociate myself, but not to comply with their process of disassociation. I want to communicate with the Watchtower. I will not even remotely affiliate with a "pedophile paradise." I am not a famous person so I do not expect the media to be beating on my door, but I just cannot do nothing. I want it to be known to the Watchtower that I am disassociating myself because they treat child sexual abuse issues like collateral damage. A copy of this letter is below
Sunday, April 26, 2020
During World War II, the Jehovah's Witness faith community defended its freedom of religion before the U.S. Supreme Court, of which has set precedents for the late 20th and early 21st centuries. What about that one the Watchtower did not win? What precedent has Prince vs. Massachusetts set? This post will detail the history of the Prince case rather than provide a legal analysis as the poster is not an attorney.
Even though she lost the case, Sarah Prince needs to be thanked. Her loosing the case helped set a precedent in protecting children. This case centers around Mrs. Prince taking her niece out in her Watchtower proselytizing work.
Two of the three convictions were upheld. For one, she was charged with breaking a Massachusetts child labor law that reads, "No boy under twelve and no girl under eighteen shall sell, expose or offer for sale any newspapers, magazines, periodicals or any other articles of merchandise of any description, or exercise the trade of bootblack or scavenger, or any other trade, in any street or public place." The rest of the statute prohibited sales to minors for resale or trade, and other legal guardians from forcing a minor to participate in sales or trading.
In a 5-4 decision Justice Rutledge stated that "[t]he family itself is not beyond regulation in the public interest, as against a claim of religious liberty. And neither the rights of religion nor the rights of parenthood are beyond limitation…. The right to practice religion freely does not include the right to expose the community or the child to communicable disease or the latter to ill-health or death..." The Dissenting opinion offered by Justice Murphy said, ""Religious freedom is too sacred a right to be restricted or prohibited in any degree without convincing proof that a legitimate interest of the state is in grave danger."
This Supreme Court case is also significant even though Mrs. Prince's convictions were upheld. Religion is no excuse to mistreat children. Forcing children to go out and preach, and treating child sexual abuse cases as collateral damage must stop. Jehovah's Witnesses are not above the law (Romans 13:1), and children must be protected from this Watchtower abuse
Friday, April 24, 2020
This is unexpected. This is a site focusing on Watchtower pedophile issues in Arizona. It now has international traffic quite a bit. Maybe the international community is interested in the plight of Arizona. If you live outside the United States and you are looking for information but cannot find it on our site. Send us an email. We will try to get the information to you. Thanks for visiting
Sunday, April 19, 2020
The Watchtower denomination has known about clergy privilege since 1989 per Watchtower Body of Elders letters. The following diagram is from a 1991 elder's manual. Please see the diagram below
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We are merging blogs. The new address is https://pedophilles.jehovahswitnesseswitness.us .
Links to Litigation and Official Reports
- "The Watchtower" Investigative Report
- A vs. Trusteed of the Watchtower Society
- Australia Royal Commission on Institutional Responses to Child Abuse
- Class Action Suit Against the Watchtower
- Complete Australia Commission Report on Watchtower Sexual Abuse
- Conti vs. Watchtower
- Gutierrez vs. the Watchtower
- Jehovah's Witnesses to compensate woman over sex abuse
- Landmark Lawsuit Verdict Against the Watchtower
- Lopez vs. Watchtower
- Pardon vs. the Watchtower
- PBS-Did the Watchtower Cover Up Child Abuse?
- Report on Pedophiles in Australia
- State of Delaware vs. Laural Congregation of JWs Settlement Agreement
- VB vs Cairns Watchtower Case
- Watchtower Elder Found Guilty of Sexual Abuse
- Watchtower Elder Gets 14 Years for Sexual Abuse
- Watchtower Sexual Offender Receives 45 year Sentence
Child Abuse Links
Below is my disassociation letter. No one is ever officially gone until a JW disassociates himself or herself. I never felt the need ...
In 1989 the Watchtower released an internal ecclesiastical memo detailing various policies when law enforcement and the court...