punkofnice makes a good point . . . as does besty's quote . . .
Most human individuals or organisations at least acknowledge that "mistakes were made" and then employ that very human trait of becoming as remote as possible from the mistake . . .
But the WTS does not even acknowledge the mistake . . . but shifts the mistake in it's entirety, over to someone else to take the blame and responsibility, which is a greater wrong IMO. Of course, they, unlike humans generally, need to maintain the illusion of being God's spokesman and having some special wisdom. When the deception becomes clear . . . it becomes painfully obvious they are nothing of the sort.
The defence of their position requires them to grossly exaggerate a human trait to defend a superhuman concept . . . hence the need for greater cunning and consciousness in achieving the required remoteness from their mistakes. It's a weightier error they perpetrate for this reason IMO. It passes over from a simple human failing, into a conscious and deliberate deception . . . no different from corporate fraudsters who rip-off their investors.
There is no way this can be done inadvertently. But, because it's not money, or something of quantifiable value they steal . . . nobody much cares