“Everybody thinks that Jehovah’s Witnesses are just lovely people, friendly, nice-looking people, maybe a bit quirky, who knock on doors. And it’s very difficult to help people understand just how dangerous this group is.” Former Jehovah’s Witness
Former Jehovah’s Witnesses are fighting back against a religion that failed them. They know they’ll lose their loved ones for doing so.
VIDEO I received the message below today in its entirety as it’s seen below and the article mentions my name: “I knew that such trials about pedophilia have been going on abroad for a long time, American Barbara Andersen even created a fund for victims of pedophilia in the Watchtower. When she raised the issue, […]
BBC: Religious groups in UK failing children over sex abuse, report says The Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse (IICSA), having examined 38 groups, including Jehovah’s Witnesses, said some religious organisations in England and Wales were “morally failing” children. See also, How does the inquiry into historical child sexual abuse work?
A REPORT FROM THE UK The Truth Project offers victims and survivors of child sexual abuse the chance to share their experiences and be heard with respect. It is part of the Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse. Your experiences and suggestions help us recommend changes to protect children from abuse. We encourage you to take […]
Louisiana passed a child sexual abuse bill on June 14, 2021. The new law eradicates the deadline for sex abuse victims to seek damages and establishes a three-year “lookback” window where all unresolved claims, no matter how long ago they were made, can also be pursued. The new law took effect August 1st. News Sources […]
On July 24, 2020, Catholic Weekly published an article by Margaret Doumit for their Australian readers. She pointed out that media reporting was clearly unbalanced because they compared the number of wrongful acts by the Catholic Church within the country to similar child abuse cases by Jehovah’s Witnesses.
ABC News in Australia reported on September 8, 2020, that new laws were approved by the Queensland Parliament that “will force members of the clergy to report known or suspected cases of abuse to police”. This changes the rules for most religious organizations to notify authorities when they know of incidents of child abuse. They […]