It appears that Ms. Neumann has learned nothing at all from her daughter's tragic death, saying "Only our faith in God is giving us strength at this time."
After observing their daughter's illness over the course of 30 days during which symptoms such as nausea, vomiting, loss of appetite, and excessive thirst were noted, Leilani Neumann chose prayer rather than medicine.
We stayed fast in prayer then. We believed that she would recover. We saw signs that to us, it looked like she was recovering.Not to be outdone by the severity of his wife's mental illness, Mr. Neumann added, "We believe the word of God and live according to its precepts." And how's that working out for you, guy?
We just believe in the Bible, that's all. This is our faith.
Ms. Neumann says that she and her husband are not worried about a criminal investigation because "our lives are in God's hands." I certainly hope that there will be a criminal investigation resulting in charges of negligent homicide. The state needs to seek justice for young Madeline, an innocent girl who died as a result of her parents' Christian extremism.
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