I follow the reasoning and to some extent sympathise: Because the organization has acted appallingly in its treatment of individuals, it’s okay to engage in “pay back” by making JW spokespeople look stupid by presenting them with a fake scenario. Nicer one - does that make it all even now - or what else do people have in mind for further paybacks?
And it’s very interesting the caller had to use a fake example. Why was this necessary if there are actual examples of being kicked out of the family home because Mom or Dad have bequeathed the property to JW.org? Answer: Because that fake scenario has never happened.
This trivialises the genuine suffering of so many caught up in the organization.
BTW, responsibility for signing over one’s possessions and/or property lies with the individual - after all it is his or her will. And while we’re on the topic, most if not all religions have organised ways to handle bequeathed possessions and properties. Those who swoon with surprise over JW organization having its own department for handling these sorts of arrangements reveal their own remarkable naïveté.