Saturday, October 22, 2011

Dateline's Deadly Retreat: Pushing Out Indigenous Voices

Last night’s episode of Dateline NBC drew in 4.15 million viewers. The topic was James Arthur Ray and the deadly Sedona retreat that killed three human beings on October 8, 2009. After more than two years James Ray, still has not been sentenced after his conviction for negligent homicide last June.

If you weren't able to catch the show, here is a sampling of the tweets on the program.

Commentary about the cost of the deadly retreat:

Commentary on James Ray being a cult leader:

Commentary on the sweat lodge/Inipi ceremony:

Commentary on the United States justice system:


James Ray didn't pay me anything to write this blog.


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