Within the first few minutes, Mr. Stewart asked Geoffrey Jackson if the members of the Governing Body consider themselves to be God's spokesperson on earth.
His response: "That would be presumptuous of us" (Implying that they don't consider themselves to be God's sole channel of communication).
To me, that was the worst lie of about 26 lies he's told during this hearing. However, Mr. Stewart missed an opportunity to call out Mr. Jackson on this bold-faced lie. He should have asked him to explain why the Watchtower magazine teaches otherwise. For example:
"Jehovah God has also provided his visible organization, his “faithful and discreet slave,” made up of spirit anointed ones, to help Christians in all nations to understand and apply properly the Bible in their lives. Unless we are in touch with this channel of communication that God is using, we will not progress along the road to life, no matter how much Bible reading we do." - Watchtower 12/1/1981; p. 27
"All who want to understand the Bible should appreciate that the “greatly diversified wisdom of God” can become known only through Jehovah’s channel of communication, the faithful and discreet slave." - Watchtower 10/1/1994; p. 8
"We need to guard against developing a spirit of independence. By word or action, may we never challenge the channel of communication that Jehovah is using today. “ - Watchtower 11/15/09; p. 14 par. 5
Yes... Brother Jackson... That would be presumptuous indeed...