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Sedona, Arizona / Sweat Lodge Deaths / Ray / Borsos Interview #951726

CNN Evening News for Friday, Oct 23, 2009
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Report introduced.

(Chicago: Gary Tuchman) James Ray, the man behind the Sedona, Arizona, sweat lodge retreat where three people died, profiled; photos shown of Liz Neuman, the one of the women who died. [Former Ray followers Danielle & John KAPROWSKI†- talk about Ray's appeal, how he later led people into something unsafe & what Ray did when people fell unconscious.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live interview held with Ray supporter/follower Jill Borsos†. [BORSOS - says the sweat lodge experience was phenomenal, but admits some people were being tested; responds to questions about whether Ray is cooperating with police; outlines what she did to help notify the family of a victim.] Ray;s refusal to be interviewed noted.

Cooper, Anderson;
Tuchman, Gary

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