Religious people are the best people
In Lowell, MA, a churchgoing woman undressed her 4-year-old nephew and her 5-year-old niece, and dragged them into oncoming traffic on I-495.
"I never saw any signs of problems," said the Rev. David Mullen, pastor of St. Brendan's Church in Bellingham, where Thibault was a frequent volunteer. Mullen described her as "very positive and very generous."
If I were a praying man, I would pray for the day that morality and guidance were no longer trusted to sanctimonious charlatans.
Again, I have no idea of what the cause and effect relationship is between religiosity and these horrible stories— which all but inevitably intersect — except that at best religion is very weak tea for helping the mentally ill, and possibly quite a bit worse.