victims of abuse from a member of the Jehovah's witness church are encouraged to come forward.

victims of abuse from a member of the Jehovah's witness church are encouraged to come forward.

thousands of current and former victims of abuse by members of the jehovah's witness church are coming forward to hold the church accountable.


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For years, high ranking members of the Jehovah’s Witnesses kept reports of abuse hidden from the public, often directly working with leaders to cover up instances of abuse. However, multiple victims are now coming forward to hold the church accountable for failing to protect its members from abusive leaders.

Advocates allege that the church has one of the world's largest databases of abusers who have not been reported to the police.

Victims allege that the church knew instances of abuse were taking place and that many high-ranking members of the church were accused of abusing members. However, instead of reporting the abuse to authorities, the church attempted to conceal it.

Now, thousands of victims are receiving free legal case reviews to learn more about their options. Receiving a legal case review is 100% confidential and comes with no obligation.

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Jehovah’s Witnesses News Updates


Many current and former members of the Jehovah's Witnesses come forward to receive a free legal case review to learn more about their legal options.


The Atlantic® publishes an article detailing how the Jehovah's Witnesses may have built the "world's largest database of undocumented child abusers", including at least two deaces' worth of names.


The Australian Royal Commission found that the Watch Tower demonstrated a "serious failure" to protect children, including not reporting more than 1,000 abusers.


In 2015, an Australian investigation found that perpetrators listed in the Churches abuse database constituted 1.5% of the country's Witness population.


The Tract Society sent a letter to all 10,883 congregations asking them about instances of abuse and whether other people knew of the abuse.

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