Wisconsin Parents Didn’t Expect Daughter to Die During Prayer

Just a little follow up about the girl who died because her parents were negligent, crazy religious people.

From the article;

Her mother, Leilani Neumann, told The Associated Press that she never expected her daughter, whom she called Kara, to die. The family believes in the Bible, and it says healing comes from God, but they are not crazy, religious people, she said.

Uh, sorry to burst you bubble little lady but healing comes from trained doctors. You know, the kind you find at HOSPITALS? Where you refused to take your precious daughter because you thought your God would help you and her? Maybe you would have known it was terminal if you weren’t a moron and took her to get help. You crazy, religious person, you!

“We are remaining strong for our children,” she said. “Only our faith in God is giving us strength at this time.”

I would find it hard to have faith after praying to God (The same God she’s talking about up there) and my daughter dies. That would tell me a little something. I would get my head out of my ass and realize that he’s not helping. If anything God is the reason your daughter died, he’s a murderer. He blindsided you into thinking he could help, so you refused to take your daughter to a professional. Fuck God and fuck you.

Leilani Neumann said the family is not worried about a police investigation into her daughter’s death because “our lives are in God’s hands. We know we did not do anything criminal. We know we did the best for our daughter we knew how to do.”

Yes, I’m sure it’s comforting to put your life in Gods hands after he just took your daughters life. You didn’t do the best for your daughter or she would be ALIVE AND WELL you ignorant cunts. The best, as I said would have been to go see a damn doctor.

Vergin said he expect the investigation to wrap up by Friday and the findings to be forwarded to the district attorney to review for possible charges.

I really, truly hope these criminals get locked up. They deserve more and worse, but jail will suffice.

Mrs. Neumann said she deeply loves all her children and has nurtured them spiritually, emotionally and physically.

All I can and will say is, no you don’t.

“Our lives are in God’s hands and whatever we go through we are just going to trust him,” she said. “We need healing. We are going through the healing process.”

Hah.

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8 Responses

  1. Think about this man, even though they were foolish and should have taken her to a doctor, death isn’t exactly the worst thing that can happen to a Christian.

  2. What is? Hell?

  3. That wouldn’t make very much sense. If a Christian could go to Hell, then it would, but since Christians don’t… I think the worst thing that could happen to a Christian is the same as every other person in the world, aside from death.

  4. Not everyone has the same “worse thing.”

    Someone could think death is the worst thing. Someone could think their loved one dying is the worst thing.

  5. Is that meant to be a counter-point to what I said? I didn’t claim that everyone has the same greatest fear and you know I didn’t, as does anyone else who has read this post.

    Personally, I do in fact think that having a loved one die would be the worst thing.

    By the way, is there a particular reason you have avoided my other posts?

  6. If there truly is a just god and a Hell, then these “Christians” will be sent there for killing their daughter. It’s a good thing though that no such things exist. If only people could contain their delusions to such a degree that they won’t hurt other people – like for instance daughters in need of medical care.

  7. I agree.
    There’s a new story that someone sent me today. A mom stabbed her little girl because she thought she was possessed by a demon. I’ll write a little something about it.
    It’s ridiculous.

  8. […] April 29, 2008 by Anonymous Just another little follow up about the parents who prayed instead of getting help for their daughter. WESTON, Wis. – Two parents who prayed as their 11-year-old daughter died of untreated diabetes […]

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