Very strange coincidence. A few minutes before you posted this, I was thinking exactly about this. There have been times when I've done searches of controversial things that I remember, and the searches don't produce any results.
This is the latest example: In the last twenty years, probably somewhere around 1998-2002, there was a Watchtower study article referring to the fact that some have been disappointed about the end's not coming when expected and sort of griping about their lot in life as a result of sacrificing for "the truth".
The part I remember is that it was stated that what such ones did (the sacrifices, etc.) is "what they chose to do", so they should only blame themselves. I remember clearly the conductor's emphasizing that point. I remember being furious because I was thinking "Yeah, they chose to do it... but they made such choices based on info you gave them - info that was wrong. It's sort of like the fact that I might choose to have my right arm cut off based on info a doctor might give me. But, if I found out he was wrong and that I had my arm cut off for nothing, I'd be furious."
I have searched many times for that article and can't find it. I've used every word and combination of words that I can think of that might help me find it, but so far, no success.
Of course, it's possible that my memory of the exact words used is a little off, and that's why the searches aren't producing results, but in this case, I think I remember the word "chose" being used, and a search using that word does not find the article.
I can imagine that they caught a lot of flak for that article and would want to hide it.