Sunday, January 15, 2006

Brother Chronister strikes again! Caught in bathroom w/camera phone and boy

A two time convicted sex offender that was engaged to a Jehovah's Witness woman was caught in a Walmart bathroom attempting to photograph a nine year old boy with his cell phone. Brother Chronister is a Jehovah’s Witness in good standing in the Fort Smith South, Arkansas Congregation. Of course this was covered up to the news media of yet another pedophile protected by the organization.

His name is Jimmy Don Chronister. The first news article,

the second site is

There are over 23,000 Jehovah's Witness pedophiles listed in the Watchtower headquarters secret files. See for more information.

Thursday, January 05, 2006

Watchtower Observer Resurrected

The popular Jehovah's Witness information site The Watchtower Observer is back online. Watchtower Observer closed because the site’s original owner, Kent Steinhaug, had other obligations and interests and was no longer able to keep the site running.

The site was downloaded in its entirety and is now hosted at is also hosting a mirror of the Watchtower Quotes website and has several of the Watchtowers secret books available for download.

Wednesday, January 04, 2006

Watchtower Attempt to Shutdown "Embarrassing" Website Backfires

In 1998, Peter Mosier set up the website, This site consisted of quotes from Watchtower publications.

This was not an anti-JW or apostate site. The homepage of the site stated, "If you are looking for criticism, critique, or editorial commentary regarding Jehovah's Witnesses, you have come to the wrong place. On the other hand, if you want to read the Society's own words, as provided by their publications, so you can study and research on your own without bias, then you have come to the right place."

On September 8, the webmaster was served with a lawsuit that sought $100,000 in damages. The legal filings claimed that Mosier is trying "to embarrass" the Watchtower Society and that his web site has resulted in "a loss of reputation and goodwill”.

The Watchtower's Statement of Claim can be found here:

Mosier, who was unable to afford the huge legal bills awaiting him if he fought the case, agreed to settle. Quotes was taken down, the domain was transferred to the Watchtower Society.
A copy of the settlement can be found here:

The legal intimidation by the Watchtower and the website's subsequent shutdown has angered many fans of the site. Some enterprising internet users downloaded the entire website before it was forced to shut down and have now mirrored the site in dozens of locations all over the world. The site is also widely available for download in zip format. has mirrored the Quotes site and is in a Wiki-fied version that allows anyone to add to the content.

Discussion can be found here: