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Neumanns get light sentence for murder of daughter

Well, I have to admit I did not see this one coming; although, in hindsight maybe I should have.  Dale and Leilani Neumann, the Wisconsin couple who decided they’re rather pray over their diabetic daughter rather than pay for medical … Continue reading

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Goodbye, Neumanns…

The Associated Press reports that Dale Neumann, “a central Wisconsin man accused of killing his 11-year-old daughter by praying instead of seeking medical care was found guilty Saturday of second-degree reckless homicide.”  Hallelujah.  (Ahem.) Earlier this year, Neumann’s wife Leilani … Continue reading

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Neumann on trial for death of daughter

As we discussed in podcast #54, Dale and Leilani Neumann are a Wisconsin couple who allowed their daughter to suffer a prolonged death from diabetes, relying on prayer to heal her rather than seeking medical attention. Fittingly, Leilani was convicted … Continue reading

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