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Philip Brumley

General Counsel

Jehovah's Witnesses

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Jehovah's Witnesses

25 Columbia Heights

Brooklyn, New York,11201

United States

Company Description

The Jehovah's Witness Discussion Forum is a site designed to allow members to ask questions, exchange information and share comments and experiences with each other. We're a unique community with specific needs, so we've created a few ground rules and best pra...more

Background Information

Employment History

General Counsel

Watchtower Bible and Tract Society of New York, Inc.


Legal Counsel

U.S. Congress


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Religious Minorities in Europe | Doc Bob's Blog

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Testimony of Watchtower Society legal counsel Philip Brumley before the U.S. Congress on June 14, 2000
Presented by Philip Brumley General Counsel for Jehovah's Witnesses Author not available, RELIGIOUS MINORITIES IN EUROPE:PHILIP BRUMLEY. , Congressional Testimony, 06-14-2000.


Twenty Years of Unjust Imprisonment in Eritrea—Will It Ever End?

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Philip Brumley, general counsel for Jehovah's Witnesses, spoke for Witnesses worldwide when he said: "It is our fervent hope that the government of Eritrea will release all Witness prisoners, including these three men who have been detained for 20 years, and bring an end to the persecution of our fellow believers."


Knocking Documentary Project - Issues

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Howard Shack (camera) and Jaime Reyes (sound) filming as Joel P. Engardio (director) interviews Philip Brumley, General Counsel (legal director) for Jehovah's Witnesses.


www.libertymagazine.org

"There is a misunderstanding about who we are," says Philip Brumley, general counsel for Jehovah's Witnesses, in an interview from his office in Patterson, New York.
"We are not subversive; we are not anti-Eritrean," says Brumley. Such a system of alternative service is made available to Jehovah's Witnesses and other conscientious objectors in countries such as Cuba, Denmark, Germany, Colombia, Taiwan, among others, according to Brumley. "Generally speaking, most Jehovah's Witnesses do not object to performing national service," said Brumley. "Of course, it cannot be under military supervision, and whether or not one accepts to perform such service is up to the individual's conscience. He adds, "If the government needs help to build schools, improve roads, and if there was national service that is civilian, very likely many young Witnesses would be there to help out. . . . Right now, however, they are taking young men and instead of using them to build bridges or schools, they have them sitting in prison." Witness officials stress that patience is a must, even after years of severe treatment. "In spite of the chronic mistreatment of Jehovah's Witnesses, we are nevertheless hopeful that through dialogue these misunderstandings can be resolved and peace established," says Brumley.


Why the Vatican Visits?

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"There are instances when a situation that should have been reported is not," acknowledges Philip Brumley, General Counsel for Jehovah's Witnesses.


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