Benedict Komisarjevsky testified Thursday for a second day in the sentencing phase of his son's trial. Joshua Komisarjevsky was convicted on Oct. 13 of capital felony killing, kidnapping, arson and sexual assault.
His father told jurors Wednesday he didn't get his son psychological counseling after the boy was molested as a young child.
Komisarjevsky's attorneys say his ultra-religious family was opposed to psychological counseling.
But Benedict Komisarjevsky said Thursday the state should have helped his family with the issues that arose and told him what help was available.