Defense: Arizona sweat lodge deaths accident, not crime
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Saint Paul, MN
#1 Mar 2, 2011
The freak that encouraged the people to stay in the tent should be punished. And the people that didn't leave when they KNEW it was getting to much for them should have had enough sense to walk outside. c'mon people think for yourselves - don't worship one person to the extent that you do every single move they tell you to do - that is cult behavior. The man is not God, you're not going to get punished if you walk outside the tent. But I still think the man should pay for what he organized. The reason pastors are held to a higher standard is because of the amount of influence they have over their congregation. He abused that power.
#2 Mar 2, 2011
Ahh, well, I kinda agree with this defense. These folks had to pay, so I heard, up to $5,000 for one of these sweat lodge experiences. That would be about the last thing I would want to do. That and jump in Lake Minnetonka in January.
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