In its investigation, Radio-Canada obtained a questionnaire designed to guide Jehovah's Witness elders interviewing children alleging sexual abuse.

It includes the question: "How many elders believe the victim is to blame or willingly participated in the act?

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Benoît Poirier said he's never recovered from seeing his daughter treated the way she was, and he's encouraging others to come forward with their stories.

"You're not sullying the organization by speaking out," he said. They're sullying the organization with their actions." Poirier has since taken her case to police in Laval, Que.A recent royal commission in Australia found the Jehovah's Witness church there had recorded allegations of child sexual abuse against 1,006 members.Not one allegation was reported to authorities outside the church."There must be two or three eyewitnesses, not just people repeating hearsay." — Deut. "No action can be taken if there is only one witness." — John While the Watchtower tells elders it is the "absolute right" of members to report allegations of child abuse to police, doing so is effectively discouraged by an organizational emphasis on dealing with such matters internally and avoiding "unnecessary entanglement with secular authorities," as stated in an internal document from 2014.He appealed, however, twice — meaning Poirier and the other alleged victim were made to confront the man a total of three times. Poirier's alleged abuser soon joined another Jehovah's Witness congregation, despite never having admitted to any wrongdoing or repented for the sin he was accused of committing — conditions set by the Watchtower Society for regaining membership.