100 Speak Out

July 3rd, 2010

Phinehas Treptow has taken on a big project and set himself an admirable goal to complete over the next few months. He wants to interview 100 former Jehovah’s Witnesses and their families.

Phineas will be making a unique documentary that will allow former Jehovah’s Witnesses to tell their own personal stories. He’s investing his time and effort into exposing the real truth about the Watchtower Society and its treatment and effects on families and individuals.

He will be traveling from his home in Massachusetts down the Atlantic seaboard to New York, south to Georgia, and maybe as far west as Tennessee and Ohio. Although he knows that there are many former and current Jehovah’s Witnesses living in other states who would love to tell their personal stories, for now he will have to limit his travels only to the eastern states.

For the moment, Mr. Treptow will have to limit his outreach to the east coast states because he doesn’t have the time or funds necessary to travel the rest of the country.

He hopes that his documentary will inspire additional former Jehovah’s Witnesses to step forward and speak out about how the abusive nature of the Watchtower organization has changed their lives.

“V” – well-known for his excellent videos found on YouTube.com and other popular websites (including this one), will be contributing his time and considerable talents to edit the video.

The final film will eventually be put online for anyone to watch free of charge.

Phineas is asking for donations to help cover his travel expenses in connection with the production of this video documentary. He wants to have enough funds to work with and also be able to buy a good quality HD camera to film the documentary. For him, it’s important to get these untold stories told and presented in a professional and effective way.

“I’d rather a thousand people donate $2 – than have any individuals hurting themselves financially for the sake of this documentary.”

He has provided a donation link to PayPal.com in the header of his website. PayPal is a secure online site where anyone can safely make a donation, small or large.

If you can afford to donate even a small amount to help him in the making of this documentary, Phineas would appreciate your support. But he also feels it’s equally important to help by making other families and individuals, especially anyone who has been connected with Jehovah’s Witnesses, aware of this project.

If you are a former Jehovah’s Witness living somewhere between New York and Georgia, or across Pennsylvania as far as Ohio and Kentucky, and are willing to share your experiences as a Jehovah’s Witness on camera – please e-mail Phineas at 100speakout@Gmail.com.

Link to 100SpeakOut.com

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  1. SFC Grayson

    Mr. Treptow is NOT serving in the US Army as a combat medic. He is also not showing the common courtesy of communicating with the people who helped him achieve his self professed goal of enlisting as a medic.
    It is disappointing that someone who has such passion about his beliefs, lacks the respect or maturity one would expect from an adult.

  2. Tim Riches

    Medic!

    It is disappointing to see that those who feel ‘put out’ by Mr. Treptow feel the need to scuttle his ship. Who is the adult here, Grayson? Is the US Army now a cult too? Is hate-bombing a new weapons system or just the petulance of the rank and file?

  3. Deborah Hill

    Please msg me on FB. I never read my yanoo. Or write, I am at 600 E. St.Rt. 266, Stockport OHIO 43787. I have a dear neice who is a Christian but has been studying with the JW’s since she was seduced by “such a sweet girl and they are Christians, just like us.” I have pulled up stuff about the cult but she won’tread, only watch a vid. please stay in touch. If you’re in Ohio and need a room, just write and I will accomidate you. Deb Hill

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