AllTimeJeff said, "Frankly, we don't live in a country that is favorable for the control or regulation of religion. JW's have established their own right of existence to the Supreme Court. Freedom of speech and religion means they aren't going anywhere.
Recognizing this, what would have to change is more then just publicity, it would have to be the laws of the land..."
Yes, but public opinion - especially public opinion based on public exposure of WTBTS hypocrisy and dangerous lies - is very effective, also. Enacting a law against the existence of the Watchtower Society might appear to be effective in the short run, but remember that this is an apocalyptic [spelling?] movement - the merest hint of 'persecution' tends to re-affirm their self-righteous stance and would probably strengthen the movement - "Look! The 'Great Tribulation' actually has begun, as WE predicted it would!!".
Or, by that statement, did you mean to enact some sort of limitation - or limitations - on the way the WTBTS carries out its daily business, and the requirements they demand from their members?? [whoops. posted before I read all the previous posts. Limiting or eliminating their right to refuse blood transfusions for minors sounds like a good legal recourse...]
Exposure is the best recourse, and such exposure is occurring more and more often due to increased flow of information - the internet, newscasts about the pedophilia, and expose*s such as Ray Franz' book are very effective at revealing the 'man behind the curtain'.
There's a two-part series on YouTube titled "Withering Watchtower" that is very informative. Will post a link in another post if I can find it. It discusses the drastic drop in membership occurring in the WTBTS within the last few years.