Jehovah's Witnesses unsuccessful in Court

The JW's all so known as Watchtower disciples have failed in their bid to get a 2005 district court ruling struck down which allowed guards to request identification from the disicples when entering into gated communitys.

QUOTE: "the appeals panel upheld a 2005 district court ruling that found constitutional a Puerto Rico law allowing neighborhoods with controlled access and giving guards the right to request names and identifications of any visitors.

Should this be a cause of concern the disciples wish to remain anonymous. Think of the psychology impact it would have on these Watchtower disciples if people strated asking for identification when they came a knock'n.

Search term: "Why people hide their identity from others"

COURT RULINGS: http://thetandd.com/lifestyles/faith-and-valu...

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