No. Because I still BELIEVED IT ALL, when I was an elder, I did not have a guilty conscience when reproving/disfellowshipping others. I was doing 'God's work' lol.
Nor did it bother me to ask did they have or use condoms (proves premeditation if so) when learning details of premarital sex or fornication.
Actually what bothered more than anything else was seeing how other elders, when their own kids were in trouble, would try to get extra chances, would ask me to look the other way, would even drum up phony excuses/stories when their own children (or an elder friend's kids) were in the hot seat and in trouble.
I saw that way too much and was mind boggling. It was as if these other elders weren't even believing what was being taught but more like they were raised in it, kind of stuck and looking for ways to keep their 'positions'.
I only knew of one person who was 'suspected' of child abuse of some kind. Many people thought he was a bad guy that way. And he was a fellow elder. No kidding. He loved all the little kids way too much. Would have them over for sleepovers or camping. One day after a shepherding call with me he opens up about how much he was having feelings for a young girl (all this while he was married, without children), and I raked him over the coals for even having feelings for a teenager like that. I think he was shocked that I would turn on him so quickly.
But the 2 witness rule was very much in effect for everything not just child abuse charges so of course it creates a haven for child abusers and a get out of jail free card for anything else where you don't have clear proof, a confession or at least two witnesses corroborating the same basic thing.