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We do need to be specific about Jehovah's Witnesses because Witness is a legal term with a specific meaning. There would have to be a parenthetical after the first use to state that we will be using the shortened form "Witness" throughout the article. If we agree to use the shortened form, it should be consistent throughout the article, which it is not. The "Subsequent History" section reverts back to using the long form. It doesn't matter which form we use as long as it is consistent. Gnominist (talk) 05:58, 6 January 2023 (UTC)[reply]

You are mistaking "witness" for "Witness" The capitalized version refers to the denomination, especially in the context of a Witness case. A witness is a person who sees a crime, which is not relevant here. Vyselink (talk) 07:36, 6 January 2023 (UTC)[reply]