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  • 22 FEBRUARY 2010 -- CAMP VERDE, AZ: Luis Li, (right) one of James Arthur Ray's lawyer. questions Richard Echols, a forensic accountant testifying for the state, testifies to James Arthur Ray's financials during the bond hearing for James Arthur Ray in Camp Verde Tuesday. PHOTO BY JACK KURTZ
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  • 24 FEBRUARY 2010 --PRESCOTT, AZ: Attorney Luis Li (right) talks to his client, James Arthur Ray onthe second day of Ray's bond reduction hearing. The bond was ultimately reduced to about $500,000 from $5million. Sedona sweat lodge deaths. Homocide, manslaughter, crime.   PHOTO BY JACK KURTZ
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  • 22 FEBRUARY 2010 -- PRESCOTT, AZ:  James Arthur Ray during the second day of Ray's bond hearing in Prescott Wednesday.   PHOTO BY JACK KURTZ    SEDONA SWEAT LODGE DEATHS TRIAL
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  • 22 FEBRUARY 2010 -- PRESCOTT, AZ:  James Arthur Ray looks to some of the people in the gallery during the second day of Ray's bond hearing in Prescott Wednesday. POOL PHOTO BY JACK KURTZ   SEDONA SWEAT LODGE DEATHS TRIAL
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  • 22 FEBRUARY 2010 -- CAMP VERDE, AZ: Judge Warren Darrow (left) leads a conference among lawyers during the bond hearing for James Arthur Ray in Camp Verde Tuesday. PHOTO BY JACK KURTZ
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  • 22 FEBRUARY 2010 -- CAMP VERDE, AZ: James Arthur Ray  during the his bond hearing in Camp Verde Tuesday. PHOTO BY JACK KURTZ
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  • 04 FEBRUARY 2010 - CAMP VERDE, AZ: J.R. Packhorse, representing the Intertribal Eagle Feather Council and  Lakota Nation talks about Native American interests in the James Arthur Ray case. Packhorse said he was there to observe the proceeding to make sure Native interests and common law interests coincided. He said Ray had violated Native traditions by using a sacred ceremony to make money. He said that in traditional culture you presented a small gift to leader of the ceremony but didn't pay him. And that the sweat lodge ceremony is a life giving ceremony but that Ray had, allegedly, taken lives during the ceremony.  Ray was arrested in Prescott, AZ, on Feb 3 and charged with three counts of manslaughter after three people died during a sweat lodge ceremony he was holding in Sedona, AZ, in October 2009. The ceremony was a part of a "Spiritual Warrior" workshop Ray was leading. He charged participants $8,000 each. James Arthur Ray had his initial appearance in Yavapai County Court in Camp Verde Thursday morning. His bail was set at $5 Million Dollars (US). Ray did not post bail and remains in jail. PHOTO BY JACK KURTZ   NO SALES
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  • 04 FEBRUARY 2010 - CAMP VERDE, AZ: J.R. Packhorse, representing the Intertribal Eagle Feather Council and  Lakota Nation talks about Native American interests in the James Arthur Ray case. Packhorse said he was there to observe the proceeding to make sure Native interests and common law interests coincided. He said Ray had violated Native traditions by using a sacred ceremony to make money. He said that in traditional culture you presented a small gift to leader of the ceremony but didn't pay him. And that the sweat lodge ceremony is a life giving ceremony but that Ray had, allegedly, taken lives during the ceremony.  Ray was arrested in Prescott, AZ, on Feb 3 and charged with three counts of manslaughter after three people died during a sweat lodge ceremony he was holding in Sedona, AZ, in October 2009. The ceremony was a part of a "Spiritual Warrior" workshop Ray was leading. He charged participants $8,000 each. James Arthur Ray had his initial appearance in Yavapai County Court in Camp Verde Thursday morning. His bail was set at $5 Million Dollars (US). Ray did not post bail and remains in jail. PHOTO BY JACK KURTZ   NO SALES
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  • 04 FEBRUARY 2010 - CAMP VERDE, AZ: J.R. Packhorse, representing the Intertribal Eagle Feather Council and  Lakota Nation talks about Native American interests in the James Arthur Ray case. Packhorse said he was there to observe the proceeding to make sure Native interests and common law interests coincided. He said Ray had violated Native traditions by using a sacred ceremony to make money. He said that in traditional culture you presented a small gift to leader of the ceremony but didn't pay him. And that the sweat lodge ceremony is a life giving ceremony but that Ray had, allegedly, taken lives during the ceremony.  Ray was arrested in Prescott, AZ, on Feb 3 and charged with three counts of manslaughter after three people died during a sweat lodge ceremony he was holding in Sedona, AZ, in October 2009. The ceremony was a part of a "Spiritual Warrior" workshop Ray was leading. He charged participants $8,000 each. James Arthur Ray had his initial appearance in Yavapai County Court in Camp Verde Thursday morning. His bail was set at $5 Million Dollars (US). Ray did not post bail and remains in jail. PHOTO BY JACK KURTZ   NO SALES
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  • 04 FEBRUARY 2010 - CAMP VERDE, AZ: J.R. Packhorse, representing the Intertribal Eagle Feather Council and  Lakota Nation talks about Native American interests in the James Arthur Ray case. Packhorse said he was there to observe the proceeding to make sure Native interests and common law interests coincided. He said Ray had violated Native traditions by using a sacred ceremony to make money. He said that in traditional culture you presented a small gift to leader of the ceremony but didn't pay him. And that the sweat lodge ceremony is a life giving ceremony but that Ray had, allegedly, taken lives during the ceremony.  Ray was arrested in Prescott, AZ, on Feb 3 and charged with three counts of manslaughter after three people died during a sweat lodge ceremony he was holding in Sedona, AZ, in October 2009. The ceremony was a part of a "Spiritual Warrior" workshop Ray was leading. He charged participants $8,000 each. James Arthur Ray had his initial appearance in Yavapai County Court in Camp Verde Thursday morning. His bail was set at $5 Million Dollars (US). Ray did not post bail and remains in jail. PHOTO BY JACK KURTZ   NO SALES
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  • 04 FEBRUARY 2010 - CAMP VERDE, AZ: J.R. Packhorse, representing the Intertribal Eagle Feather Council and  Lakota Nation talks about Native American interests in the James Arthur Ray case. Packhorse said he was there to observe the proceeding to make sure Native interests and common law interests coincided. He said Ray had violated Native traditions by using a sacred ceremony to make money. He said that in traditional culture you presented a small gift to leader of the ceremony but didn't pay him. And that the sweat lodge ceremony is a life giving ceremony but that Ray had, allegedly, taken lives during the ceremony. James Arthur Ray had his initial appearance in Yavapai County Court in Camp Verde Thursday morning. His bail was set at $5 Million Dollars (US). Ray did not post bail and remains in jail. Ray was arrested in Prescott, AZ, on Feb 3 and charged with three counts of manslaughter after three people died during a sweat lodge ceremony he was holding in Sedona, AZ, in October 2009. The ceremony was a part of a "Spiritual Warrior" workshop Ray was leading. He charged participants $8,000 each. PHOTO BY JACK KURTZ    NO SALES
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  • 04 FEBRUARY 2010 - CAMP VERDE, AZ:  Lisa Gage, left, and Brian Walker, freelancers on assignment for Good Morning America (Gage) and Inside Edition (Walker) check their sound gear before James Arthur Ray's initial appearance in the hallway of the Yavapai County Court for James Arthur Ray's initial appearance to start. Ray had his initial appearance in Yavapai County Court in Camp Verde Thursday morning. His bail was set at $5 Million Dollars (US). Ray did not post bail and remains in jail. Ray was arrested in Prescott, AZ, on Feb 3 and charged with three counts of manslaughter after three people died during a sweat lodge ceremony he was holding in Sedona, AZ, in October 2009. The ceremony was a part of a "Spiritual Warrior" workshop Ray was leading. He charged participants $8,000 each. PHOTO BY JACK KURTZ    NO SALES
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  • 04 FEBRUARY 2010 - CAMP VERDE, AZ:  James Arthur Ray's attorney Luis Li leaves the Yavapai County Court after Ray's initial appearance. Ray had his initial appearance in Yavapai County Court in Camp Verde Thursday morning. His bail was set at $5 Million Dollars (US). Ray did not post bail and remains in jail. Ray was arrested in Prescott, AZ, on Feb 3 and charged with three counts of manslaughter after three people died during a sweat lodge ceremony he was holding in Sedona, AZ, in October 2009. The ceremony was a part of a "Spiritual Warrior" workshop Ray was leading. He charged participants $8,000 each. PHOTO BY JACK KURTZ   NO SALES
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  • 04 FEBRUARY 2010 - CAMP VERDE, AZ:  James Arthur Ray's attorney Luis Li leaves the Yavapai County Court after Ray's initial appearance. Ray had his initial appearance in Yavapai County Court in Camp Verde Thursday morning. His bail was set at $5 Million Dollars (US). Ray did not post bail and remains in jail. Ray was arrested in Prescott, AZ, on Feb 3 and charged with three counts of manslaughter after three people died during a sweat lodge ceremony he was holding in Sedona, AZ, in October 2009. The ceremony was a part of a "Spiritual Warrior" workshop Ray was leading. He charged participants $8,000 each. PHOTO BY JACK KURTZ   NO SALES
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  • 04 FEBRUARY 2010 - CAMP VERDE, AZ:  James Arthur Ray's attorney Luis Li leaves the Yavapai County Court after Ray's initial appearance. Ray had his initial appearance in Yavapai County Court in Camp Verde Thursday morning. His bail was set at $5 Million Dollars (US). Ray did not post bail and remains in jail. Ray was arrested in Prescott, AZ, on Feb 3 and charged with three counts of manslaughter after three people died during a sweat lodge ceremony he was holding in Sedona, AZ, in October 2009. The ceremony was a part of a "Spiritual Warrior" workshop Ray was leading. He charged participants $8,000 each. PHOTO BY JACK KURTZ   NO SALES
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  • 04 FEBRUARY 2010 - CAMP VERDE, AZ:  Steven Young, representing Yavapai County, talks to the media after the initial appearance of James Arthur Ray Thursday. Ray had his initial appearance in Yavapai County Court in Camp Verde Thursday morning. His bail was set at $5 Million Dollars (US). Ray did not post bail and remains in jail. Ray was arrested in Prescott, AZ, on Feb 3 and charged with three counts of manslaughter after three people died during a sweat lodge ceremony he was holding in Sedona, AZ, in October 2009. The ceremony was a part of a "Spiritual Warrior" workshop Ray was leading. He charged participants $8,000 each. PHOTO BY JACK KURTZ     NO SALES
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  • 04 FEBRUARY 2010 - CAMP VERDE, AZ:  Steven Young, representing Yavapai County, talks to the media after the initial appearance of James Arthur Ray Thursday. Ray had his initial appearance in Yavapai County Court in Camp Verde Thursday morning. His bail was set at $5 Million Dollars (US). Ray did not post bail and remains in jail. Ray was arrested in Prescott, AZ, on Feb 3 and charged with three counts of manslaughter after three people died during a sweat lodge ceremony he was holding in Sedona, AZ, in October 2009. The ceremony was a part of a "Spiritual Warrior" workshop Ray was leading. He charged participants $8,000 each. PHOTO BY JACK KURTZ   NO SALES
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  • 04 FEBRUARY 2010 - CAMP VERDE, AZ:  Steven Young, representing Yavapai County, talks to the media after the initial appearance of James Arthur Ray Thursday. Ray had his initial appearance in Yavapai County Court in Camp Verde Thursday morning. His bail was set at $5 Million Dollars (US). Ray did not post bail and remains in jail. Ray was arrested in Prescott, AZ, on Feb 3 and charged with three counts of manslaughter after three people died during a sweat lodge ceremony he was holding in Sedona, AZ, in October 2009. The ceremony was a part of a "Spiritual Warrior" workshop Ray was leading. He charged participants $8,000 each. PHOTO BY JACK KURTZ   NO SALES
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  • 04 FEBRUARY 2010 - CAMP VERDE, AZ: James Arthur Ray walks back to the Yavapai County Jail from the county courthouse after his initial appearance Thursday. Ray had his initial appearance in Yavapai County Court in Camp Verde Thursday morning. His bail was set at $5 Million Dollars (US). Ray did not post bail and remains in jail. Ray was arrested in Prescott, AZ, on Feb 3 and charged with three counts of manslaughter after three people died during a sweat lodge ceremony he was holding in Sedona, AZ, in October 2009. The ceremony was a part of a "Spiritual Warrior" workshop Ray was leading. He charged participants $8,000 each. PHOTO BY JACK KURTZ    NO SALES
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  • 04 FEBRUARY 2010 - CAMP VERDE, AZ: James Arthur Ray walks back to the Yavapai County Jail from the county courthouse after his initial appearance Thursday. Ray had his initial appearance in Yavapai County Court in Camp Verde Thursday morning. His bail was set at $5 Million Dollars (US). Ray did not post bail and remains in jail. Ray was arrested in Prescott, AZ, on Feb 3 and charged with three counts of manslaughter after three people died during a sweat lodge ceremony he was holding in Sedona, AZ, in October 2009. The ceremony was a part of a "Spiritual Warrior" workshop Ray was leading. He charged participants $8,000 each. PHOTO BY JACK KURTZ    NO SALES
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  • 04 FEBRUARY 2010 - CAMP VERDE, AZ: James Arthur Ray walks back to the Yavapai County Jail from the county courthouse after his initial appearance Thursday. Ray had his initial appearance in Yavapai County Court in Camp Verde Thursday morning. His bail was set at $5 Million Dollars (US). Ray did not post bail and remains in jail. Ray was arrested in Prescott, AZ, on Feb 3 and charged with three counts of manslaughter after three people died during a sweat lodge ceremony he was holding in Sedona, AZ, in October 2009. The ceremony was a part of a "Spiritual Warrior" workshop Ray was leading. He charged participants $8,000 each. PHOTO BY JACK KURTZ    NO SALES
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  • 04 FEBRUARY 2010 - CAMP VERDE, AZ:  Media from the Phoenix area and national networks wait in the hallway of the Yavapai County Court for James Arthur Ray's initial appearance to start. Ray had his initial appearance in Yavapai County Court in Camp Verde Thursday morning. His bail was set at $5 Million Dollars (US). Ray did not post bail and remains in jail. Ray was arrested in Prescott, AZ, on Feb 3 and charged with three counts of manslaughter after three people died during a sweat lodge ceremony he was holding in Sedona, AZ, in October 2009. The ceremony was a part of a "Spiritual Warrior" workshop Ray was leading. He charged participants $8,000 each. PHOTO BY JACK KURTZ   NO SALES
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  • 04 FEBRUARY 2010 - CAMP VERDE, AZ:  Media from the Phoenix area and national networks wait in the hallway of the Yavapai County Court for James Arthur Ray's initial appearance to start. Ray had his initial appearance in Yavapai County Court in Camp Verde Thursday morning. His bail was set at $5 Million Dollars (US). Ray did not post bail and remains in jail. Ray was arrested in Prescott, AZ, on Feb 3 and charged with three counts of manslaughter after three people died during a sweat lodge ceremony he was holding in Sedona, AZ, in October 2009. The ceremony was a part of a "Spiritual Warrior" workshop Ray was leading. He charged participants $8,000 each. PHOTO BY JACK KURTZ   NO SALES
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  • 04 FEBRUARY 2010 - CAMP VERDE, AZ:  Media from the Phoenix area and national networks wait in the hallway of the Yavapai County Court for James Arthur Ray's initial appearance to start. Ray had his initial appearance in Yavapai County Court in Camp Verde Thursday morning. His bail was set at $5 Million Dollars (US). Ray did not post bail and remains in jail. Ray was arrested in Prescott, AZ, on Feb 3 and charged with three counts of manslaughter after three people died during a sweat lodge ceremony he was holding in Sedona, AZ, in October 2009. The ceremony was a part of a "Spiritual Warrior" workshop Ray was leading. He charged participants $8,000 each. PHOTO BY JACK KURTZ   NO SALES
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  • 04 FEBRUARY 2010 - CAMP VERDE, AZ:  Steven Young, representing Yavapai County, talks to the media after the initial appearance of James Arthur Ray Thursday. Ray had his initial appearance in Yavapai County Court in Camp Verde Thursday morning. His bail was set at $5 Million Dollars (US). Ray did not post bail and remains in jail. Ray was arrested in Prescott, AZ, on Feb 3 and charged with three counts of manslaughter after three people died during a sweat lodge ceremony he was holding in Sedona, AZ, in October 2009. The ceremony was a part of a "Spiritual Warrior" workshop Ray was leading. He charged participants $8,000 each. PHOTO BY JACK KURTZ   NO SALES
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  • 04 FEBRUARY 2010 - CAMP VERDE, AZ: James Arthur Ray walks back to the Yavapai County Jail from the county courthouse after his initial appearance Thursday. Ray had his initial appearance in Yavapai County Court in Camp Verde Thursday morning. His bail was set at $5 Million Dollars (US). Ray did not post bail and remains in jail. Ray was arrested in Prescott, AZ, on Feb 3 and charged with three counts of manslaughter after three people died during a sweat lodge ceremony he was holding in Sedona, AZ, in October 2009. The ceremony was a part of a "Spiritual Warrior" workshop Ray was leading. He charged participants $8,000 each. PHOTO BY JACK KURTZ    NO SALES
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  • 04 FEBRUARY 2010 - CAMP VERDE, AZ: James Arthur Ray walks back to the Yavapai County Jail from the county courthouse after his initial appearance Thursday. Ray had his initial appearance in Yavapai County Court in Camp Verde Thursday morning. His bail was set at $5 Million Dollars (US). Ray did not post bail and remains in jail. Ray was arrested in Prescott, AZ, on Feb 3 and charged with three counts of manslaughter after three people died during a sweat lodge ceremony he was holding in Sedona, AZ, in October 2009. The ceremony was a part of a "Spiritual Warrior" workshop Ray was leading. He charged participants $8,000 each. PHOTO BY JACK KURTZ    NO SALES
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  • 04 FEBRUARY 2010 - CAMP VERDE, AZ: James Arthur Ray walks back to the Yavapai County Jail from the county courthouse after his initial appearance Thursday. Ray had his initial appearance in Yavapai County Court in Camp Verde Thursday morning. His bail was set at $5 Million Dollars (US). Ray did not post bail and remains in jail. Ray was arrested in Prescott, AZ, on Feb 3 and charged with three counts of manslaughter after three people died during a sweat lodge ceremony he was holding in Sedona, AZ, in October 2009. The ceremony was a part of a "Spiritual Warrior" workshop Ray was leading. He charged participants $8,000 each. PHOTO BY JACK KURTZ    NO SALES
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  • 04 FEBRUARY 2010 - CAMP VERDE, AZ:  Media from the Phoenix area and national networks wait in the hallway of the Yavapai County Court for James Arthur Ray's initial appearance to start. Ray had his initial appearance in Yavapai County Court in Camp Verde Thursday morning. His bail was set at $5 Million Dollars (US). Ray did not post bail and remains in jail. Ray was arrested in Prescott, AZ, on Feb 3 and charged with three counts of manslaughter after three people died during a sweat lodge ceremony he was holding in Sedona, AZ, in October 2009. The ceremony was a part of a "Spiritual Warrior" workshop Ray was leading. He charged participants $8,000 each. PHOTO BY JACK KURTZ   NO SALES
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