The Weston prayer death father told a police detective that he did not seek medical help for his dying daughter because he believed his faith in God would heal her.
Jurors watched a more than hour-long interview in which Dale Neumann told an Everest Metro police detective that he and his wife Leilani are people of faith and trust in the Lord for everything.
Neumann saw 11-year-old Kara's condition as a "test of faith" and dismissed a suggestion from a Bible study member that they seek medical intervention because they stand on the word of God, which he quoted to show the healing power of prayer.
Neumann also said he wouldn't have done anything differently had any of his other children developed a similar condition.
The interview was done just hours after Kara died from untreated diabetes last Easter Sunday. It's unclear if Neumann will take the stand in his own defense. If he doesn't, the taped interview would be the only firsthand account the jury would have into his state of mind.