I will say, however, that any court would recognize that the cart or table is a set-up prescribed by their mother corporation and that members, whether on their own personal ministry or not, are required to get out there and do this by their mother corporation. ~OTWO
Wat corp provides the equipment, the tracts, picks the locations, approves who can do it, gets the money, publisher assumes all responsibility. Never, never would hold up in court. All the wat lawyers must have slipped on the ice and hit their heads ~ pontoon
WTS thought they had all of "their ducks in a row" anytime they might be sued on the abuse issues too. Congs were supposed to be autonomous, etc etc.
They didn't even fool the common layman on the juries, let alone the attorneys. The same BS was attempted when some young Bethelite MS was hauling around an elderly sister in the Cong (as his MS assignment) and he was at fault in an accident where she was killed. Non-witness family sued the WTS/Cong. WTS claimed no involvement and tried to put it all on the Bethelite alone, but finally offered an out-of-court settlement. They didn't want to set precedent on anything like that!