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Barb and Joe Anderson

Barbara and Joe (2016)

Barbara Anderson was a member of Jehovah’s Witnesses from 1954 through 1997. She worked at Watchtower’s headquarters in Brooklyn, NY, from 1982 to 1992 where during her last four years there, she researched the movement’s official history (published in 1993) and did research as well as wrote a number of articles for their Awake! magazine. While working in the organization’s Writing Department, Barbara discovered that the Watchtower organization covered up child sexual molestation committed by Jehovah’s Witnesses. Rather than becoming discouraged over this discovery, she became a champion for change. This issue caused her to exit the religion and eventually become an outspoken critic of Jehovah’s Witnesses’ sexual abuse policies that she’s extensively researched.

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Barbara Anderson Uncensored: Eyewitness to Deceit

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Nunez v Watchtower

Trial Transcript: 426 pages in PDF format

State of Montana jury awards $35 Million to Jehovah’s Witness child abuse victim.

Attorney Neil Smith’s (for the Plaintiff) closing arguments are found on pages 412 (103) – 416 (118).

LINK to the trial transcript: NUNEZ v WATCHTOWER *** Link to Nunez v Watchtower Plaintiff’s Exhibits  *** Link to media coverage (New York Post)


Has Watchtower Changed the ‘Two Witness Rule’?

In mid-April (2019), Barbara released a YouTube video that tried to clarify the Watchtower’s changing “Two Witness Rule.”  Almost immediately upon its release, dozens of current and former Jehovah’s Witnesses questioned the legitimacy of Barbara’s understanding of the May 2019 Watchtower magazine article that announced …

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Puerto Rico TV Reports Watchtower Child Abuse

On October 24, 2018, the Puerto Rico’s Telemundo Channel posted a 45-minute news variety show called “Entretenimiento Boricua”  (slang for “Puerto Rican Entertainment”). It featured a 23-minute segment about Jehovah’s Witness child sex abuse (with a focus on policy) as told in interviews.  …

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