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Bad Faith: Religion Kept Couple from Treating Baby

Submitted by on June 3, 2011 – 10:15 pm No Comment

BAD FAITH - Religion kept couple from getting baby’s tumor treated, prosecutors say

The parents of an 18-month-old girl are on trial for criminal neglect after allowing tumor near her left eye to grow to the size of a golf ball without seeking medical attention because they believed God would heal their child, according to Oregon authorities.

Timothy and Rebecca Wyland, members of a faith-healing, Oregon City sect called Followers of Christ, are accused of criminal mistreatment of their daughter Alayna, whose eyesight is permanently damaged by a hemangioma, a benign tumor that pushed her eyeball out of its socket and created a massive, discolored facial growth.

“Sometimes God heals, and sometimes God lets children die,” Timothy Wyland, 45, told detectives, prosecutor Christine Landers said in her opening statement this week.  Click here to read entire post at The Daily…

My Comments:
Not sure if you can blame this on religion, this is just plain-ass dumb; then again, wasn’t the world supposed to end a few weeks ago on 21 May…my bad.

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