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Saturday, April 27, 2013

Faith-Healing Parents Herbert and Catherine Schaible Arrested for Death of Second Child

Don't you just want to laugh at the hypocrisy and stupidity of the right-wing white nationalists like Steve Sailer.  According to their beliefs, white families like them are supposed to provide social and moral guidance for minorities on how to raise families.  With white families devastating their kind like this story, the white population continues to decline.

The Schaible family loses not one, but two, children to felony child negligence and abuse.  Not only are they ugly and dysfunctional like the Sailers, but they are bad to the bone.  Who wants to replicate their family values?


Faith-Healing Parents Arrested for Death of Second Child

A religious couple already on probation for choosing prayer over medicine in the death of their toddler son may be facing similar charges in the death of their newest child.

According to an article on ABC News, “Herbert and Catherine Schaible belong to a fundamentalist Christian church that believes in faith healing. They lost their 8-month-old son, Brandon, last week after he suffered from diarrhea and breathing problems for at least a week, and stopped eating. Four years ago, another son died from bacterial pneumonia.”

That boy, a two-year-old named Kent, died after the Schaibles refused to take him to the doctor when he became sick, relying instead on faith and prayer. The couple were convicted of involuntary manslaughter and sentenced to 10 years on probation.

In the latest tragedy, they told police that they prayed for God to heal Brandon instead of taking him to a doctor when he fell ill. Officials said that an autopsy will be performed on the child, and depending on those results the parents may be charged with a crime.

The couple attend, and have taught at, Philadelphia’s First Century Gospel Church, which cites Biblical scripture favoring prayer and faith over modern medicine. Other religions, including Followers of Christ Church, Christian Scientists, and Scientology, have doctrines that prohibit or discourage modern medicine and therapeutic interventions.
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