Sweat lodge defendant plans video messages on Web

The Associated Press/March 24, 2010

Flagstaff, Arizona - The self-help guru charged with manslaughter in Arizona for the sweat lodge deaths of three people is taking his motivational messages to the Internet.

In a video posted online, James Arthur Ray says he's unable to produce live events but still has a deep desire and passion to help people in any way he can.

Ray invites people to join him online at least once a week so he can share tools and techniques, and insight and knowledge to deal with life's challenges.

His attorneys have said his Carlsbad, Calif.-based company, James Ray International, hasn't been bringing in revenue for months.

Ray has pleaded not guilty to three counts of manslaughter, stemming from the deaths of three people following a sweat lodge ceremony he led in October near Sedona.

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