SInce the Australian Royal Commission discovered 1006 Jehovahs Witness child abusers who had never been reported to the police, and in many cases were still free to engage in congregation activities without the other congregants knowing, there has been a flood of people coming forward with their own terrible stories of abuse while they were children in the Jehovahs Witness religion.
Most cases have gone unreported because of the Jehovahs Witness rule of not taking a brother to court. Many survivors have never been heard, listened to or believed.
This website is the chance for anyone to report their story, anonymously or otherwise, and to gain strength from the fact that they are not alone.
This website also contains letters written from the Watchtower Society to the survivors in response to their earnest pleas for help and justice. Read how the Watchtower Society deals with victims of child sexual abuse, in the absence of allowing them to report theis cases to the police.