It's sad, but if people don't want medical intervention then I guess they don't care enough to live and we have to let them die. If you refuse cancer treatment, a blood transfusion, etc. and you die, then I hope you were right in your beliefs because it's a stupid way to die in my opinion. Personally, I think it's ridiculous to rely on "faith healing" and it's foolish, but if other people want to die for their religious medical beliefs then go for it. She and the baby could have lived, but it was her choice to kill them both. So in reality this was her decision and her fault. She could have called 911 to come help her, but she apparently wanted to please her husband more than save her own life. She brought it on herself. I highly doubt he will be charged with anything, and really if she refused medical help on her own, should he even be charged? I don't think so. She exercised free will.