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Targets of a Jehovah’s Witnesses inquisition reflect on their purge

[Nestor and Toni Kuilan]

Lloyd Evans has a new video, his interview with Nestor and Toni Kuilan, to talk about their book about their targeting as they left the Jehovah’s Witnesses organization. Here’s Lloyd’s description:

“In 1977, Nestor & Toni Kuilan arrived in Brooklyn at the World Headquarters of Jehovah’s Witnesses, assigned to help with the translation of publications into Spanish. By 1980, already intent on leaving, they found themselves caught up in an apostasy purge; their inquisitors eager for them to divulge incriminating information on a certain Raymond Franz. In my interview, they share their remarkable story.”




Posted by Tony Ortega on May 5, 2019 at 12:00

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