The IRS (U.S. government agency responsible for collecting taxes & enforcing tax laws) can remove an organization's tax-exempt status if the organization has doctrine contrary to public policy, or it carries on propaganda.
As much as the WTS prints on blood, not voting, shunning, etc. which of these items can be submitted to the IRS? How does one submit a complaint to the IRS?
"Contrary to public policy" and "propaganda" seem to be fairly broad, could something so simple result in the loss of tax-exempt status? Is instructing your membership not to vote contrary to public policy?
I was reading a news article about how the IRS is warning churches not to engage in improper political campaigning or lose tax-exempt status. Maybe now is the time to find areas for complaint against the WTS...perhaps getting hit from the courts and the IRS will substantially weaken the WTS.