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Self-help guru James Arthur Ray faces two years behind bars

A Minnesota woman and two others died after participating in a sweat-lodge ceremony led by Ray. The self-help guru broke down in the courtroom and begged the judge and victims' families for forgiveness.
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A Minnesota woman and two others died after participating in a sweat-lodge ceremony led by Ray. The self-help guru broke down in the courtroom and begged the judge and victims' families for forgiveness.

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