Only cults MANDATE shunning of exmembers.
and this mandate is protected by the constitution.
Not true. I was assured only spiritual association was prohibited with family.
In such cases, you will have to sue or blame the ones who assured you of this. (your elders, parents or your Bible study conductor).
in fact I didn’t shun anyone.
Which all the more proves that JW's have a choice not to shun. Hence, you cannot prove that WT coerces or threatens you to shun.
If an individual randomly decides to shun because they want to no one is interested in stopping that.
In the similar manner, the government or the state is not interested in stopping organizational shunning, which is what we are discussing.
A government that takes away an organization's freedom, will one day crack down on individual freedom too.
For a case, in India, some states banned the slaughter and sale of beef due to religious reasons. Even though it was a crackdown on beef traders and slaughterhouses, eventually, it was the individual consumers and citizens who got impacted. It was indirectly a message that the government would decide what I was supposed to eat and what not.