I took a look at the Jehovah's Witnesses Wikipedia page for the first time and I couldn't help but notice it was worded very closely to how JW's publications are.
The good stuff seems to be very positive while the negative items seem to be very downplayed. The talk of persecution is enough to get your average JW wet. It's found over 15 times on their one page! Their demographics looks straight out of a Year Book article. Their Persecution section is almost the largest one.
The biggest thing is their "Handling of sexual abuse cases". It's very downplayed and fails to mention cases they lost, money paid out or on going troubles. It fails to mention their two witness rule, 3 star chamber, not encouraging police reporting and many of the other issues that are being brought up.
Heck! It even starts off by saying this, "Jehovah's Witnesses' official policy states that elders are directed to report sexual abuse cases to authorities when there is evidence of abuse, and when required to by law, even if there is only one witness to the abuse. According to the policy, an individual known to have sexually abused a child is generally prohibited from holding any position of responsibility inside the organization. Unless considered by the congregation elders to have demonstrated repentance, such a person is typically disfellowshipped."
Not sure about you guys but what's been brought out in the courts paints a very different "official" policy that they have.
Their whole section seems very biased and downplayed to me. Not to mention all the references are from WT publications.