Your insinuations and argument is flawed. But hey, freedom of speech, right?
Ray is dead, as is Cynthia. Ray was not a man who believed in spreading the "message" at any cost. Indeed, he sometimes expressed concern about some of the more outspoken former Witnesses and their tactics.
In my communication with him when Crisis of Conscience was first published (mid-80s) and I volunteered to distribute the book in Australasia on his behalf, he was happy to have the cost of printing the book covered because it did entail considerable cost to him. Ever thought of that, Tenacious? He could not afford to give them away.
Saying "it's clearly obvious [I] have not read both Ray's books" is superfluous and adds nothing to your argument. it is special pleading. BTW, I have read both books.
But that is by the by because the central argument is neither Ray nor Cynthia own the copyright - and that is the main point which is hardly flawed.
Also to be clear, Tenacious, I have not insinuated anything - I have actually come right out and said it: It is illegal to download Crisis of Conscience and In Search of Christian Freedom. Will my words stop people downloading it? Hardly. Will people disagree with my support of the copyright owner? Yes. But if something is wrong, disagreeing over whether it is wrong doesn't make it right. In law, a hard copy book and its internet equivalent (sometimes referred to as "intellectual property") are the same, although the means of stealing one may be different from the means of stealing the other.