Past 12 months, #watchtower has obtained more than 36 unique subpoenas

by Not_Culty 24 Replies latest watchtower scandals

  • john.prestor

    They're running out of fingers to plug all the leaks in their ship...

  • DesirousOfChange

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    It's hilarious that WTS cannot even control all the "confidential" leaks that are coming directly from "insiders" -- Elders, Bethelites, perhaps even COs and some higher in the Tower. This must totally piss off the GB GODs and the WT Legal Beagles.

  • The Fall Guy
    The Fall Guy

    I'll bet the org's lawyers are allowed to count all their court time as "field service" in their monthly report.

  • nowwhat?

    You would think the wt would spend their legal resources on helping the brothers in Russia! Yeah right

  • Spiral

    You'd think they would have figured out by now that there is no such thing as "confidentiality" anymore, especially not when they so assiduously create enemies and disgruntled ex-members (and, disgruntled current members as well).

    I thought the same thing - it's a little bit "live by the sword, die by the sword". For decades they've been abusive to people, because they think they have the right to be, "from God".

    But when they receive back what they put out, they claim to be blameless and unfairly persecuted.

    Narcissists, all of them.


    US Court of Appeals: An IP Address Isn't Enough To Identify a Pirate (

    Posted by msmash on Wednesday August 29, 2018 @09:40AM from the how-about-that dept.
    A judge has ruled that copyright trolls need more than just an IP address if they want to go after copyright infringement. An IP is not enough proof to tie a person to a crime. From a report:In a win for privacy advocates and pirates, the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals ruled that an IP address alone is not enough to go after someone for alleged copyright infringement. They ruled that being the registered subscriber of an infringing IP address does not create a reasonable inference that the subscriber is also the infringer. The case began back in 2016 and has been playing out in the legal system ever since. The creators of the film "The Cobbler" alleged that Thomas Gonzales had illegally downloaded their movie and sued him for it. Gonzales was a Comcast subscriber and had set up his network with an open Wi-Fi access point. At some point, someone had used his network to download the movie and the film creators captured Gonzales's IP address. The judge stated that in order for a proper case, the copyright owners would need more than just an IP address.
  • stuckinarut2

    If this doesnt prove "CULT" in damage control, then nothing does!

    As we have often said, if they are confident they have the truth, then why do they need to try and silence opposers?

  • John Redwood
    John Redwood

    I would add that the image posted above was a partial image of all the cases and did not include the page 2 search results. The #watchhunt began in 2017 and seems to be escalating.

    And yes, those posting the information are generally not the leakers. Watchtower is losing control of their own trusted members- and there's not much they can do about it.

  • wozza

    The old Watchtower has become INCONTINENT in it's age ,springing leaks everywhere

  • Vidiot

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