But Watchtower claims to be different from "every strata of society." Remember, JWs are "no part of the world," and there is supposed to be a "spiritual paradise" in the organization, a place of "special protection and safety" from the evils of this world, according to Watchtower.
child molestation cases are proving that sexual molest of children,
which exist in society in general, also exist among Jehovah's Witnesses.
This shows that Watchtower is no better than the world it condemns. There
are also adulterers, fornicators, liars and the like in Congregations.
But guess what, no one can control what you do, it is up to individuals
to apply Bible principles and not do these things. Some lead a double
life for a while, before they are found out, but once they are found out
to be practicing these things they are disfellowshipped and no longer
Yes, but the "adulterers, fornicators, liars, and the like" that you refer to are not publicly aired; it's easy to keep these things relatively secret. The difference with the Conti case (and other child molest cases) is that it was a public embarrassment to Watchtower because it went to court and was advancing to high levels of the Justice system. The notoriety could not be avoided.
In addition, with ordinary adulterers and fornicators, who is harmed by those sins? In almost every case an adulterer has a willing partner.
In the case of sexually molesting children the victims are greatly damaged, and when this is made public it gives Watchtower a black eye because there is hardly a more offensive crime that could be committed. Yes, sexual molest of a child is a serious crime, not just an ordinary sin as with adultery or lying.
Theses cases are showing that Jehovah's Witnesses are no different from the rest of the world or from the Churches they so vigorously condemn.