Prosecutors seek gag order for 'sweat lodge' deaths
Prosecutors in Yavapai County, Arizona, are seeking a gag order in the case against James Arthur Ray, the self-help guru who is accused of manslaughter for the deaths of three people at a "sweat lodge" he organized.

Ray, his attorney's and other associates have talked to the media about the October incident. Prosecutors are worried their statements could taint the jury in the case.

Kirby Brown, 38; James Shore, 40; and Liz Neuman, 49, died after dozens of people were crowded inside a small tent at the Angel Valley Retreat Center in Sedona

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