Suppose an active Jehovah's witness sees a worldly person abusing a worldly child; for example, touching her genitals, and the witness goes to the Police. The worldly police will take action.
Now, suppose the same Jehovah's witness also sees a witness abusing a witness child in the same way, touching her genitals. The witness knows he can't go to the elders because there are not two witnesses to the fact.
Does the witness get to think that there is something very wrong about the two witnesses rule? Does he get to think that the worldlies will be quicker to act and prevent abuse?
Does the "two witness rule" apply only to sexual offenses, or to any other?