The magazine, which is usually seen in the pious paws of a Jehovah's Witness knocking on your door, is apparently miffed at the antics of site.
According to the writ, which can be seen here, Watchtower is claiming that the publication of selected quotes embarrasses the outfit.
The site provides a search engine of quotes about what has been said in Watchtower. When we tapped in the word the Inquirer' we found the quote idi"ot"es, 'one without understanding,' the 'inquirer' are both in the unbeliever class in contrast to the saved of the Christian church".
Besides the obvious claim that the site breaches its copyright, Watchtower says the site might be confused with the real Watchtower because it has the domain name "watchtower.ca" which is trademarked.
Watchtower also wants the site to hand over some CDs of material that are only given to Jehovah Witnesses and is not made available to the general public. The site has been generating some interest by quoting some of this material.
Watchtower wants a donation of $100,000, the site name transferred and a quiet chat with a cup of coffee with the site owners about the end of the world. Wwe made the last bit up. µ
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