Just for the record, there would be a double fulfillment of the 1335 days with respect to the removal of the "constant feature" in relation to the messiah. That is because the notification of the GB of JWs that they were the "evil slave" ended a period of 1290 days that led to the fulfillment of the 1335 days fulfilled by the appearance of the messiah.
Interestingly, November 10, 1992 was a full moon and 44 days later a new moon occurs on December 23, 1992, the day then President of the WTS, Fred Franz dies. The messiah appeared between the 24th-26th. So for those who knew that there was a 1335 days prophecy fulfillment in line with the specific appearance of the messiah (others not acknowledging this can ignore this!), would want to understand some issue of fulfillment as far as the "removal of the constant feature" in regard to the messiah. The period we are looking at is the spring of 1989. The messiah had been unjustly disfellowshipped earlier by a committee who misunderstood some of the details of the case. The disfellowshipping was challenged and a less biased committee was requested but that request was ignored. The messiah then simply let a year expire, attending all the meetings, etc. in order to get reinstated, sometime early in 1989. But after being reinstated he found it far to painful to attend the meetings so stopped attending and simply became an inactive witness and a non-presence in the congregation. This would fulfill the "removal of the constant feature" 1290 days prior to the identification of the GB as the "evil slave" which was done via a letter written by one of the anointed to the WTS explaining this. This fulfills Bible prophecy that the "man of lawlessness" must be exposed and identified before the messiah arrives. But turns out when the MOL is revealed, it is 45 days before the messiah appears, to fulfill 1335 days.
So there are two fulfillments of the "1335 days". For the Jews, the "day for a year" applies, for Christians literal days are applied.
Interestingly, even though the "constant feature" was removed from the WTS when the messiah stopped attending meetings, there is an implied fulfillment for this same "time, time and half time" of apostasy by the WTS in relation to the "temple in its right condition". That is, the last 110 days leading up to November 10, 1992 should have had some fulfillment of the temple in its right condition. It was around 110 days prior to this that the messiah became one of the anointed and had begun attending meetings and again and was an active witness. So that's likely that fulfillment.
So it's amazing when you start identifying certain applications that you see the pattern of fulfillments over and over in regard to the messiah, the Jews and JWs. But some of these fulfillments will obviously only be significant to those in the kingdom. It will mean little to outsiders. That is not to say, however, that outsiders are excluded from joining the messiah's kingdom later. Remember, when the prodigal son is given a banquet, the older brother refuses to go in and be a part of it. He doesn't understand God's choice to make the prodigal son the messiah. So his Father comes out and reassures him that "what is mine is yours" indicating he is not rejected from the kingdom, but he is still not part of the private banquet either. Thus some will understand more detailed things about the kingdom if they are part of the wedding feast, whereas others not directly part of the wedding feast will not understand or like certain fulfillments.
It's all quite fascinating when you're seeing all the inside details.
P.S. Since likely there can be no true context for this otherwise, when the Bible talks about "those who pierced him" seeing him, it is in reference to the messiah being unjustly disfellowshipped and thus pierced. However, some involved in this "piercing" obviously would be called on it once they find out who the messiah really is, namely, the brother they unjustly disfellowshipped, so in that close proximity to the messiah, some of those elders become JIOR, namely, three of them. Don't worry, the congregation records have long ago disappeared for some reason, so this likely can't be traced. When you move from congregation to congregation, your records are sent to the new congregation. Somewhere between transfers these records got lost. Again, this is just a note for those very much on the inside who are crossing the t's and dotting the eyes on all these prophecies and wondered how this could be fulfilled.