As you may know, victims from the Nazi camps can get compensation, and the Watchtower has naturally found a new way to get money - from the dead! They propose that THEY will get the money - and "give it away to needy JWs". Since when did the Watchtower do anything of the kind? Their registration as a "charitable" organization is nothing but a tax fraud, and now they are stealing from the dead!
D. PROPOSAL FROM JEHOVAH' S WITNESSES ORGANIZATION
WATCH TOWER BIBLE AND TRACT SOCIETY OF PENNSYLVANIA
Address: 100 Watchtower Drive, Patterson, NY 12563; Tel No: 914-306-0700 Contact: Carolyn R. Wah, Associate General Counsel
Date of Proposal: December 7, 1999; as supplemented August 23, 2000; on August 10, 1999 and on June 22, 2000 the Special Master met with Carolyn R. Wah, Jolene Chu and James Pellechia.
Special consideration should be given to applications of the surviving Jehovah's Witness victims of Nazi persecution. The Watch Tower would use a portion of the Settlement Fund to support its ongoing research and archival work on the Holocaust and presentations of its findings.
It would devote any allocated monies solely to Holocaust education and the remembrance of the prisoners who bore the purple triangle, which represented the R&O-671622.1 A - 30
In Re HOLOCAUST VICTIM ASSETS LITIGATION (Swiss Banks) SPECIAL MASTER'S PROPOSAL, September 11, 2000 Jehovah's Witnesses. Watch Tower proposes to establish a legal entity to make cash payments and in-kind distributions to needy Jehovah's Witness class members,
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