Would there be a judicial committee to the one who confesses while the other individual would be left as if nothing had happened?
I would love to know specially the opinions of elders or ex-elders.
You mean, no other witnesses?
If so, then yes, that is exactly what happens. The one who confesses faces a judicial committee. The other, who did not confess, gets off scot-free.
I do not recall that ever happening. In every case when one confesses the other
party also confess when he or she is meeting with the elders.
But what could be done if one do not confess, the two witness rule.
It wasn't me, I never touch that woman, maybe it was Satan.
Really nothing could be done if he or she doesn't confess.. You can't
use circumstantial evidence. Look at the child abuse cases in the borg.
Had this same thing happen at my old congo. The father of one of my good friends had an affair with another married sister in the same hall.
Once he was caught, he confessed and she denied everything. He was reproved, and nothing happened to her at all. A truly pathetic situation - everybody knew it happened, even that sister's husband knew that it was all true, but nothing was done.
One could ask how Jehoober allows that to happen in his organization, where simply denying something will allo you to stay inside the congo associating with others.
I only found out years after when I left the cult. I live 600 km away from my daughter and as a good little JW I had little to do with her when she disassociated herself. I didn't know why she disassociated herself and later assumed it was because she moved in with her new boyfriend. What an ass I was.