Michael’s Story

This video is hard to watch as Michael tells his small town story. Midway through this video we learn from Jeff, who has never been a Jehovah’s Witness, that he had become friends with Michael since this interview—and he blames the Watchtower for his death. Michael took his life, on Tuesday, May 24, 2022. Michael had worked for Tullahoma City

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Statute of Limitations eliminated for 1 Year in New York to file civil lawsuits against sexual abusers

Please share this news with everyone you know——let all the New Yorkers hear worldwide: The Adult Survivors Act gives a one-year window to file a lawsuit after the statute of limitations has passed. This act has eliminated the New York Statute of Limitations enabling lawsuits to be filed for the new year. This one-year lookback window begins six months from

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New book recommendation “Rutherford’s Coup: The Watchtower Succession Crisis of 1917 and Its Aftermath” by Rud Persson

Raised a Baptist, in 1906, Joseph Franklin Rutherford, a provincial Missouri attorney with a shrewd and scheming legal mind, became a baptized “Bible Student.” In 1907, Rutherford became the legal counselor for the group’s legally chartered corporation, the Watch Tower Bible and Tract Society of Pennsylvania. Ten years later, he became the corporation’s president, serving as such for twenty-five years.

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America’s Most Wanted Jehovah’s Witness Frederick Mclean Discovered Dead & Decomposing in South Carolina

In addition to other victims, investigators are now trying to determine if anyone helped McLean avoid justice. …there “may be other victims out there.” — U.S. Marshal Steve Stafford of the Southern District of California You can help by sharing this video about Frederick Mclean with Jehovah’s Witness friends and family. Anyone with information related to this case should contact the

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