Tuesday, April 23, 2013

And They Say Gay People Shouldn't Adopt

This really makes me sick to my stomach

FILE - This undated photo combination provided by the Philadelphia Police Department shows Herbert and Catherine Schaible. The Philadelphia couple serving 10 years' probation for the 2009 death of their toddler after they turned to prayer instead of a doctor , has violated their probation now that another of their children has died. Herbert and Catherine Schaible belong to a fundamentalist Christian church that believes in faith-healing. Judge Benjamin Lerner said at a hearing they violated the most important condition of their probation: to seek medical care for their remaining children. Authorities have yet to file criminal charges in the death of the 8-month-old boy last week, after he suffered with diarrhea and breathing problems for days. But charges could be filed once authorities pinpoint how the baby died. Photo: Philadelphia Police DepartmentPHILADELPHIA (AP) — A Philadelphia couple serving probation for the 2009 death of their toddler after they turned to prayer instead of a doctor could face new charges now that another of their children has died.Herbert and Catherine Schaible belong to a fundamentalist Christian church that believes in faith healing.Philadelphia Judge Benjamin Lerner said at a hearing they violated the most important condition of their probation: to seek medical care for their remaining children.The Schaibles have yet to be charged in the death of the 8-month-old boy last week, after he suffered from diarrhea and breathing problems for days. Authorities are awaiting autopsy results.Catherine Schaible's lawyer says the couple are good parents, and that they are deeply distraught over the loss of another child.