The BIG NEWS is in the Journal of Church & State out of Baylor University's Autumn 2005's issue.
For a few bucks ($4 + $1 shipping), you can get a copy sent to any US address (work or home) right now (foreign addresses may cost a few dollars more). Go to http://www3.baylor.edu/Church_State/ordering_publications.htm . There is even a special line just for this article! Once it's been delivered in hard copy, law school or university libraries will probably have it on-sight for you to read for FREE. In time (I do not know how long...it may be a few months...and I found out from the legal database powerhouse LexisNexis it would be about 3 months) legal databases will have a copy of it as well.
Whether you agree or disagree with the article, it is important that it is read and discussed. It is the beginning of a discussion, and may prove to be the basis of a lawsuit. But, DO NOT POST THE ARTICLE IN ITS ENTIRETY OR IN LARGE PARTS ON ANY WEBSITE. This is AGAINST copyright laws, and would be a really stupid thing to do. You are probably allowed to quote a small section (few sentances), and, of course, write your opinion of the entire article. That's in your 1st amendment rights. But, to post it in its entirety or in large chunks is WRONG and ILLEGAL.
First of all, this Journal is RUN by LAWYERS. Second, the LAWYERS have LAW STUDENTS (free labor) to do the legal legwork and find YOU and SUE YOU for COPYRIGHT VIOLATIONS (That's both $$$ & jail time folks)!!!!! Third, regardless of whether you're a JW or an Ex-JW or an interested person, we need to all maturely on this matter & do the legal thing.
The Journal has probably done alot of work on getting this article (and other legal articles) ready for publication. So, $4 is not alot to cover their printer costs, legal review staff, etc. Plus, who knows maybe Kerry has more articles to write.... I'm sure staying tuned, and on pins & needles to get my LEGAL copy!
(I'll get off my soap box now).