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The Court announced a recess late in the afternoon, and the hearing will resume on Wednesday, April 19, 2017, at 10:00 a.m.
Attorneys for Jehovah’s Witnesses opened with arguments in defense of the Administrative Center, followed by a cross-examination from attorneys representing the Ministry of Justice. Reacting to evidence presented by the defense, the judge requested the Ministry of Justice to identify the specific legal basis for liquidating Jehovah’s Witnesses’ Administrative Center. The attorneys for the Ministry of Justice were unable to provide a response to the judge’s request and other related questions. The day’s proceedings concluded after hearing testimony from witnesses for both parties.
originally posted by: TheChrome
originally posted by: ignorant_ape
a reply to: TheChrome
which " 2 witnesses " ???? you are the only cult appologist in this thread
making stuff up again ??? - doesnt your cult have a rule about that ???
Let me put this 2 witness garbage to rest, since it seems to be the popular argument here. The bible mentions "2 witnesses" to prevent a false accuser. Could it not be said that if a person was convicted based on a single person's false testimony that it is equally unjust? "2 Witnesses" in our day and age could be better classified as "2 verified sources." Thus, if a person is accused of stealing, the accuser is the first witness, and the video camera is the 2nd. If a person is raped, the accuser is the victim, and the the DNA evidence is the 2nd witness. For anyone who has any common sense, this is not rocket science. Get it through your thick sculls that it is justice to require any accusation to be confirmed by a second source.
originally posted by: musicismagic
One must at the age of reasoning decide that upon your existence here on Earth that you will continue to exist or perish. Nothing more then that. Learn about other religions around the world, are they any better in there belief.