Source Pravda.Ru

Wisconsin couple charged with reckless homicide of their daughter

Madeline Kara Neuman is the name of the girl who died of "diabetic ketoacidosis” while her parents prayed on Easter Day.

Diabetic ketoacidosis (DKA) is a life-threatening complication in patients with untreated diabetes mellitus. Near complete deficiency of insulin and elevated levels of certain stress hormones combine to cause DKA.

A Wisconsin prosecutor is going to file a lawsuit against the parents, who conducted a reckless homicide of their 11-year-old daughter.

The family said that their daughter last saw a doctor when she was 3 to get some shots. Thus, they ascribed their behavior to their ideology that not medicine, but God can heal.

The couple can be sentenced to 25 years of imprisonment if convicted.

Photo: www.crosslinkchurch.com

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