Twelve people were arrested in Australia on Tuesday in connection with the death of an eight-year-old girl.
They were charged with the murder of little Elizabeth Struhs, who was found dead in her parents' house on January 8 in Rangeville.
The latter, Kerrie Elizabeth and Jason Richard Struhs, had already been charged with murder and torture in January.
According to the police chief, the girl was deprived of her insulin and medical care for several days before her death.
All of the accused, who are part of a religious group called “The Saints,” have never come to his assistance.
"I've never seen this in my 40-year career," investigator Garry Watts told 9News.
“I don't think anything like this has ever happened in Queensland or even Australia. It is 14 people in total, seven women and five men, who have made the choice to refuse this little girl to be treated.