It’s a prank call, you and others have argued, unsure. So what? That does not change any of my previous comments. I know it was a prank call - it’s obvious from the OP.
By your argument, because it’s a prank call, anything goes? My response had more to do with the caller’s attitude towards the JW spokespeople. He treated them appallingly yet they remained polite and courteous towards him. The “brother” even complied with the caller’s insistence he keep apologising (7 times!).
If you’re into making people look stupid, nothing I can say will reach you. But if you recognise that there are limits on what a prank call can involve,there’s a possibility you will get my main point: the caller used a made-up scenario to try to trick the JW spokespeople into saying things he could use against them. What is amazing Is this: The caller ended up unintentionally sounding like an unhinged bully and the JW spokespeople maintained their dignity and compassion throughout. As others have said, the caller’s exploiting human vulnerability (asking JW spokespeople if he can go back home) ruins what little good he was trying to achieve.
God knows JW .org needs exposing, but not this stupid time waster. From a legal point of view, the prank call is an embarrassing mess.