The fact of the matter is, a huge percentage of "experiences" and "illustrations" used by the WTBTS are contrived or stolen from other religious organizations.
This little gem: http://www.jesus-is-lord.com/conventi.htm was used at a convention that I attended, yet it's from "false religion". Many talks on convention programs are specific outlines. Be that as it may, if this wasn't on a specific outline, the brother was chosen to represent the Society's views and took an "illustration" from a false religious organization.
You still have not addressed the fact that the WTBTS changes people's names all the time when they print an experience. Maybe not in every instance, but in a lot of them. Now, why would they need to do that if it's an encouraging experience? If it wouldn't ruin anyone's life, why not print their real name? Because it's false. Because attaching a real moniker to it is impossible because the story can't be corroborated and they don't know WHO it came from. They pull stories and experiences out of the their asses all the time and pass them off as truth.
I could see that it would be fishy and possibly a false story if it was the first time ever that anyone had heard of this going on in the WTBTS. But it's not. For thousands of people to stand up and say "Yes, this has been my experience as well!"... Then that's thousands of people who have experienced the truthfulness of that "false story". They are witnesses to the fact that it DOES HAPPEN. When one person stands up and says "This happened to me", and then another, and another, until you have thousands of voices crying out at the injustice, then yes it is true. Whether you like it or not. And we apostates are not going to keep quiet and quit spreading these "false stories" because people deserve to know how destructive your precious Watchtower is.