A week after the sentencing, their fervent alternative medicine followers haven't seen the real results.
David and Collet Stephan were convicted for failing to provide the necessities of life for their son. In an Alberta courtroom on Friday, a judge had little sympathy for either parent.
A long read in the 'National Post' digs into the religious, legal, and financial forces that led up to the Alberta Mormons' conviction. Here are a few highlights.
David and Collet Stephan could face up to five years in prison for not providing their son Ezekiel with the necessities of life, after he died of meningitis in 2012.