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Faith-healing couple who prayed and rubbed oil on dying newborn instead of calling 911 sentenced to more than six years in prison

Faith-healing couple who prayed and rubbed oil on dying newborn instead of calling 911 sentenced to more than six years in prison

Faith-healing couple WILL go to prison for manslaughter of baby #DailyMail | These are some of the stories. See the rest @ http://twodaysnewstand.weebly.com/mail-onlinecom

Faith-healing couple WILL go to prison for manslaughter of baby

Faith-healing couple WILL go to prison for manslaughter of baby #DailyMail | These are some of the stories. See the rest @ http://twodaysnewstand.weebly.com/mail-onlinecom

Dale and Shannon Hickman Sentenced to Six Years | Huffington Post

Faith-Healing Parents Sentenced

Dale and Shannon Hickman Sentenced to Six Years | Huffington Post

Oregon Court Upholds Manslaughter Conviction Of Faith-Healing Couple Dale And Shannon Hickman Who Prayed, Rubbed Oil On Newborn Instead Of Seeking Medical Help

Oregon Court Upholds Manslaughter Conviction Of Faith-Healing Couple Dale And Shannon Hickman Who Prayed, Rubbed Oil On Newborn Instead Of Seeking Medical Help

Dale and Shannon Hickman arrive at Clackamas County Courthouse in Oregon City, Ore. on Wednesday, Sept. 14, 2011. The Hickmans are charged with second-degree manslaughter. They are fourth couple prosecuted in the past two years by the Clackamas County District Attorney's Office for failing to seek adequate medical care for a child. The Hickmans are members of the Followers of Christ, an Oregon City faith-healing church. (AP Photo/Rick Bowmer)

Faith healer parents didn't call ambulance for their dying newborn son

Dale and Shannon Hickman arrive at Clackamas County Courthouse in Oregon City, Ore. on Wednesday, Sept. 14, 2011. The Hickmans are charged with second-degree manslaughter. They are fourth couple prosecuted in the past two years by the Clackamas County District Attorney's Office for failing to seek adequate medical care for a child. The Hickmans are members of the Followers of Christ, an Oregon City faith-healing church. (AP Photo/Rick Bowmer)

Dale and Shannon Hickman arrive at Clackamas County Courthouse in Oregon City, Ore. on Wednesday, Sept. 14, 2011. The Hickmans are charged with second-degree manslaughter. They are fourth couple prosecuted in the past two years by the Clackamas County District Attorney's Office for failing to seek adequate medical care for a child. The Hickmans are members of the Followers of Christ, an Oregon City faith-healing church. (AP Photo/Rick Bowmer)

Faith healer parents didn't call ambulance for their dying newborn son

Dale and Shannon Hickman arrive at Clackamas County Courthouse in Oregon City, Ore. on Wednesday, Sept. 14, 2011. The Hickmans are charged with second-degree manslaughter. They are fourth couple prosecuted in the past two years by the Clackamas County District Attorney's Office for failing to seek adequate medical care for a child. The Hickmans are members of the Followers of Christ, an Oregon City faith-healing church. (AP Photo/Rick Bowmer)

Dale and Shannon Hickman, both 30, were convicted in 2011 of second-degree manslaughter for the death of their son, David, who died nine hours after a home birth.

Faith-healing couple WILL go to prison for manslaughter of baby

Dale and Shannon Hickman, both 30, were convicted in 2011 of second-degree manslaughter for the death of their son, David, who died nine hours after a home birth.

The court ruled that Dale and Shannon Hickman's constitutional right to practice their religion was not violated.

Oregon Supreme Court rejects appeal from parents convicted in faith healing death

The court ruled that Dale and Shannon Hickman's constitutional right to practice their religion was not violated.

Dale and Shannon Hickman, a couple from Clackamas, Oregon, will be spending the next 6 years in prison for neglecting..

Dale and Shannon Hickman, a couple from Clackamas, Oregon, will be spending the next 6 years in prison for neglecting..

Dale and Shannon Hickman don't believe in doctors. Because of this religious conviction, set forth by the cult the couple belongs to, Oregon City's Followers of Christ Church, the Hickmans let their premature infant die after being being born at home rather than seek medical help. As a result of this decision, the couple was convicted of manslaughter in 2011.

Dale and Shannon Hickman don't believe in doctors. Because of this religious conviction, set forth by the cult the couple belongs to, Oregon City's Followers of Christ Church, the Hickmans let their premature infant die after being being born at home rather than seek medical help. As a result of this decision, the couple was convicted of manslaughter in 2011.

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