Bill Bowen of Silentlent lambs recently returned home from France. The French government is concerned about the activities of the Jehovah's Witnesses and their strange behavior. This sad incident of suicide took place recently in France and Bill Bowen will discuss it and other information concerning the trouble that the Witnesses are encountering in France. The conference call this week Saturday October 25 will have Bill Bowen as a special guest and bring us up to date with the problems of child molestation in the Watchtower organization. All are invited to join us on the call. There is no charge for the call. Just your normal calling rate. The phone lines open at 6:30 p.m. when you can chat with people from all over the world who have been "touched by the tentacles of the Watchtower". It's easy to come on. Just dial this number. (712)432-8710 and when asked for pin use number 9925.The program will begin at 7 p.m. For more information on the conference call and to listen to past recorded calls hit this link. http://sixscreensofthewatchtower.com/conferencecall.html
JEHOVAH'S WITNESS COMMITS SUICIDE IN KINGDOM HALL PARKING LOT!
Is sixscreens up to date on the conference calls being available for listening? I thought 9/13 was the last call available. Will 9/27 be made available? I am assuming 10/11 did not have a conf call due to the convention.
Thanks Rick for posting this. Hope you and the gang are well. Ray and I will be in touch with you soon so we can visit. Peace, Lilly
This sad incident of suicide took place recently in France
Please provide a hyperlink to this RECENT news article.
I do not have a link to the suicide story. When Bill comes on the call he will give us more information.If i can get a link i certainly will post it.
Is this it? Found via this: http://www.topix.com/forum/religion/jehovahs-witness/TIMJ68DBNHEKQ08MN )
and the translation:
A member of Jehovah's Witnesses was indicted Thursday by a judge of the Tribunal de Grande Instance de Saint-Die-des-Vosges (Vosges), rape of a minor for 15 years. It was left at liberty, told judicial source.
He is suspected of having violated between 1986 and 1989 a young girl a dozen years in the room of the kingdom, place of worship of Jehovah's Witnesses, Saint-Die-des-Vosges. The mother of the girl attended itself at the time the association. The victim had committed suicide on 22 March 2006 in front of the kingdom, leading to a judicial inquiry.
Five other people in custody were released Thursday. The Jehovah's Witnesses could be prosecuted for not reporting crimes. AP"
hi kool aid. i wish youd do a phone call to the WTS about page 93 LF
1914 bs what are you wanting me to call them about? Please explain.
Yes the Sept 27 call is up , listen in to Joan Cetnar as she tells us all about her life in theWatchtower org.http://sixscreensofthewatchtower.com/conferencecall.html