Religious Sect Faces Trial after Child’s Death by Negligence in Toowoomba

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In an unfolding tale of religious extremism and human tragedy, the 14 members of a religious outfit implicated in the death of an eight-year-old child, Elizabeth Struhs, have been permitted an hour of congregation while remaining incarcerated.

Brendan Luke Stevens, spearheading the group, along with his fellow members, face charges resulting from the untimely and tragic demise of young Elizabeth, on the fringe of Toowoomba, west of Brisbane, in the previous year. Elizabeth’s life came to a sorrowful end at her family’s domicile in Rangeville on January 7, 2022. It has been asserted by the authorities that the child’s essential insulin medication was deliberately withheld, ultimately causing her premature death in the early days of 2022.

Jason Struhs, Elizabeth’s father, and the aforementioned Brendan Luke Stevens, have been slapped with murder charges. Further compounding this lugubrious saga, Elizabeth’s mother, Kerrie Elizabeth Struhs, her elder brother Zachary Alan Struhs along with a host of other individuals comprising Loretta Mary Stevens, Acacia Naree Stevens, Therese Maria Stevens, Sebastian James Stevens, Andrea Louise Stevens, Camellia Claire Stevens, Alexander Francis Stevens, Lachlan Stuart Schoenfisch, Samantha Emily Schoenfisch, and Keita Courtney Martin, are contending with manslaughter charges.

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