On the various issues though:
1. The standardization of building plans only seems sinister or odd to those without any experience in the construction or design industry. But to those with experience, design standardization is a normal, efficient and intelligent way to avoid wasting time and resources.
2. The instructions to get rid of the old policy instructions from the official congregation file and replace them with the new instructions didn't strike me as "sinister" or shady at all--rather, it was just common sense. The new policy letter regarding public speaking (a truly sinister subject right?) was sent to update and consolidate the previous policy letters on record, so it would really make little sense to keep them all in the official cong. records that elders go to for reference. It might end up causing confusion.
3. That ammount of legal paperwork and instruction is actually less than what I would expect, but still not really sinister unless you are just really, really wanting to turn it into something sinister. You can't spend upwards of $100 million a year in donations taking care of special pioneers and workers, along with printing all the publications and building hundreds of Halls a year, without a strong accounting and legal department. And what are the alternatives anyways? Would the posters here rather them deal with those kinds of donations WITHOUT any accounting or legal policies in place?
4. The one that stole these documents in the first place might end up in some real hot water if he is not careful, especially if he didn't have any legal right to use and distribute those documents. Research and dig up all the dirt you want, but don't go around breaking the law doing it. You take yourself to an even lower level than those that you wish to destroy.