The Opinion From the Appellate Court Regarding the Padron Case
Thought I would post the link to the actual opinion regarding Watchtower's refusal to release documents:
I sat reading all thirty-nine pages and it made me sick afterwards. They are the ones bringing reproach on Jehovah's name by acting like this. To be called "recalcitrant," "obstinate," and to be accused of using "specious" arguments should be disgraceful to an organization claiming to have the Truth.
I'm not versed in the law. If they have been given the freedom to redact information and have entered into confidentiality and nondisclosure agreements, what would be the implications of turning over these documents? I don't get the reasoning behind this other than that there has to be something to hide.
It was discussed quiet a bit in this thread:
I does seem that the WT corporation is pretty desperate and trying hard not to hand over those files. Coming up with the same arguments and failing to comply with court orders. This makes me very curious as to what they are trying to hide.