Well, to use a bit of newspeak, I am not one of Jehovah's Witnesses at this moment. Therefore, I have never been one of Jehovah's Witnesses.
Have I found something better? Yes. I have found that I have the right to test my beliefs to make sure that they are true. I have found that I can read the Bible and believe what I read on the page without having to consult any other religious publication. Or if I don't understand it, I can read from any number of different sources and reach a conclusion if I wish.
Perhaps you should read the May 15, 1984 Watchtower. Did this prediction come to pass? Was it attributed to any human source, or to the Christ and to Jehovah God? Whose name do Jehovah's Witnesses claim to speak in when they teach others?
Labeling each individual here as immoral and ungodly is simply unfair and an impossible conclusion to draw for people you've never even met. And let's face it, Jesus didn't come to save people who already feel they're righteous. He came to save the worst kind of people, the sinners, those cast off by the righteous. Can any man on earth claim to be righteous? Righteous by what? Your wages can only be death, your own works will only condemn you all the more, as mine condemn me.
Belonging to an organization that claims the mantle of men like Moses, Jeremiah, Ezekiel, and John, I would think one would want to closely examine the history of that organization and the credentials of those who take the lead. Given Jesus' warning about false Christs and false prophets, it is reasonable to objectively examine as much of such a religion's history as possible. Many here have done so, and recognized that the Watchtower Society would have failed such an examination. Why? Based, not merely on the writings of so-called heretics, but on the writings of the Watchtower Society itself. It would be easy to provide examples, not merely from the early 1900s, but from 1950 until now.
So...my recommendation to you, is to pick your gauntlet and consider dueling someone you will successfully defeat.