Narkissos just put me onto the most recent thread explaining the end of this litigation. Sorry I'm late to the discussion.
First off, let me say that that site was a major beacon of light for all interested in reading past "truth." The fact that the WTS was so committed to the site's being taken down is a testament in itself. A huge THANK YOU! to Quotes for all his time and effort.
Then, the thought hit me. The WTS took legal action against a single, private citizen in a scenario akin to killing an ant with a sledgehammer. A huge multi-million (billion?) dollar organization made it their priority to silence one guy who was only making their publications available to all. Isn't that their sole intent in going door-to-door and/or leaving the mags in public places? And Quotes didn't add any comments or editorializing, just their words as quoted. Hmmm...
So, why didn't the WTS heed their own ubiquitous advice: "Wait on jehovah" or "Put it in jehovah's hands?" Why didn't the self-proclaimed organization here on earth just let jehovah handle things? He could have rained Job-ian plagues and stuff on Quotes. But he didn't, he allowed his "earthly organization" (self-proclaimed) to do his bidding for him. In an earthly court system. Is he lazy or just doesn't care?
And the terms of the settlement had more than a few time-references to finite times. Would the WTS have accepted a settlement of taking the site down "soon" or "the near future" if references to their publicized terms were posted alongside? The end is soon, right around the corner, near, near future, etc. but it's been 100 years and counting. Seems like their "soon" ain't so soon at all... And they didn't want to wait!
Yep it looks very much like "Do as we say, not do as we teach" is the hallmark of WTS. Sad indeed.