No matter how many times I say that it is a fact that he was a Witness, had not been disfellowshipped, you people keep saying that I don't want to admit he was a Witness that Whitney would have recognized. You are wearing yourselves out arguing something that no one has denied.<quoted text>
You again try to dissuade HIM being
A regular/brother. Known facts are that he was married in the hall. If you have 'just been' to the hall you don't get to be married there.
And again I say there was nothing wrong with her giving him the ride.
Yes he is not reliable, but at this point he has no reason to lie. It does not make sense that he would have risked being seen pulling a gun prior to being in the car. He may have as a last resort if she had refused the ride, but that too is not likely. She had no reason to refuse, she saw him as a brother regardless of how often he had been recently attending.
It is also a fact that he was an "irregular attender" at the meetings. The brother who spoke for the congregation said so. His wife was a sister and was a regular attender at the meetings, but he was not a regular attender for quite some time. He had been in good standing at the time of his marriage but was an "irregular attender" at the time of his crime.