umbertoecho - "Also, I loved and hated his thoughts about how a mother could plant ideas in a child's mind about sexual abuse...Hence the need for elders to be extra cautious.."
My dad (a former elder) once told me something like this had actually happened in another congregation (he never gave names)...
...a JW single mom had been interested in a fellow in her congregation, but he did not reciprocate; not long after, she and her daughter accused him of sexual misconduct towards her/them.
Due to the "two witness" rule, he was summarily DFed, and stayed that way for approximately ten years. They wouldn't reinstate him, because even though he faithfully attended the meetings all that time, he nevertheless insisted on proclaiming his innocence, and it had caused quite a scandal.
Eventually, the daughter's conscience bothered her to the point that she confessed to the elders that her testimony was false and that her mother had put her up to it to retaliate against the poor guy for not reciprocating (undiagnosed or untreated mental illness were a factor, I suspect, and therefore probably the reason he didn't reciprocate).
Needless to say, he was quickly reinstated.
I never heard what happened to the mother.
That story actually made me scared to date when I was in my early teens*, so even if it wasn't actually a true account (I suspect it was, though), I suppose it served the WTS's purpose.
* My experience (or lack thereof) with non-JW girls probably didn't help either.