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By David A. Reed

"More childrens are loss of life at once in obedience to the Jehovah's Witness ban on blood transfusions than perished within the hearth at Waco, Texas," says former Witness elder David A. Reed. "How can a big sect with headquarters in manhattan urban and twelve million attending its non secular providers around the world quietly lead sufferers to early deaths with no public outcry?" Reed cites dozens of well-documented casesmedia stories naming sufferers, medical professionals, and hospitals issuing their dying certificatesas he blows the whistle on a perilous cult that secretly instructs contributors to kidnap young ones from health facility beds and teaches kids to withstand medical professionals violently and provides fake testimony in court.

This former minister, now widely known as an expert at the sect, explains his personal position in bringing new contributors below brain regulate. With beautiful anecdotes he info an enforcement gear that reaches even into clinics and hospitals. He brings to gentle mystery directions for sanatorium staff to show over personal sufferer documents to the church, and tells how the hierarchy conducts bedside trials of contributors who settle for forbidden clinical therapy. Reed joined the sect as a naive younger grownup and rose in the course of the ranks until eventually he discovered how the secretive management operated. understanding that his associates have been demise for ideals supposedly channeled from God, yet really fabricated by means of the church hierarchy. After leaving the sect, he spent years learning its historical past and activitiesevidence published the following for the 1st time. Reed's caution can't be ignored.

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