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Driver Rammed Car Into Kingdom Hall

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We heard about a similar thing happen here near Montreal several years ago, about the early 1990s. (I'm just writing this from remembering what I read in the newspapers at that time.) A man deliberately drove his truck into a Kingdom Hall, smashing the front entrance and destroying his truck. As I recall, no one was in the hall at the time. Apparently, the man's wife was studying the Bible with Jehovah's Witnesses and was progressing. It seems she was spending more and more time with spiritual activities, and her husband didn't like that at all! (For sure, she would not have been neglecting her family by doing that.) But he complained to the police: "Jehovah's Witnesses have kidnapped my wife!" I don't remember for certain if he was charged or not.


Later, though, I heard from an elder that the wife stopped studying after that incident. She didn't want to do anything to jeopardize the peace of her family. (td)



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