Naked JW's day in court

by Moster 24 Replies latest jw friends

  • Moster
  • StarryNight9
  • wannaexit

    You can't make this stuff up. LOL

  • lastmanstanding

    The only thing that could make this more ridiculous is if they disrobed in court and ran around the courtroom yelling jayhowvahh

  • Wild_Thing

    Say Jehovah 10 times and start 5 bible studies and then we'll let you out.

  • tiki

    Holy sh!t....they have some serious mental issues.......

  • OrphanCrow
    tiki: Holy sh!t....they have some serious mental issues.......

    True believers

    I don't think they have serious mental issues*. They are just JWs on Org broadcasting steroids.

    They watched the bunker video too many times.

    They succumbed to their delusions. Delusions that are held by over 8 million people worldwide. Delusions that have been planted in their brains by the WT/org.

    *I need to qualify this...they do have serious mental issues. They are under the influence of a cult. Religious induced delusion leading to psychosis.

  • waton

    May be it is also a Western Canada thing, think Doukhobors.

    getting an early start on perfection in paradise?

    glad to be not a witness now, taking the name in vane.

    May be BMW will pot a gag order on the bad publicity?

  • Moster

    When it happened in November of 2017 there were reports of tea drinking, but now "the agreed statement of facts submitted in court says alcohol and drugs were not factors and there is no mention of tea in the document."

    At the time "The father of the girls, ages 13 and 15, has said his daughters and their mother (his ex-wife) were having breakfast Monday morning with another couple when they decided to have some tea recently brought back from a trip overseas.

    The father said the tea was from India, but the family that was allegedly kidnapped said one of the accused had travelled earlier in the year to Thailand and South Korea." "It's absolutely crazy," said the father, who cannot be named due to a court publication ban protecting the identity of youths involved in the case. "It's a scary thought thinking, 'Oh, let's try this tea that we purchased.' And then all sit down thinking they're just going to have a nice morning and end up in that circumstance." He said the girls don't remember what happened. The Mounties have not said if they're investigating whether a hallucinogenic tea motivated the alleged crime but have said drugs and/or alcohol may have played a role."

    So why no 'tea' drinking defense now? Is there some reason they dont want that to be part of the record? Something just doesn't add up here.

  • StarryNight9
    The "tea" might have been a made up story or a lab tested it and found it to be completely harmless.

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