It's still a he said/she said in my view. I don't claim to know where the shot landed, but a duck load can go almost 250 yards.
I'm comfortable that the authorities will figure it out. I just don't think this is over yet.
No, I'm simply arguing for the sake of trying to split this hair, or define the law, or understand what and who is protected here.
In my opinion, sending shot into someone's property without their consent would be hard to understand how that's legal.
That's the entire point of my argument.
No need for the cover up lecture, nobody has disputed any of that ever.
Youre confusing the CO's not citing them, and your opinion that if they were good with it, and Keith's good with it, then it was automatically legal all around.
Maybe, but that's not the end of it.
One pellet hits his yard...
The CO and his friends was/were/are supportive of the hunters in this situation. I got that from your team. That's all fine and good, but it doesn't describe a completely objective situation either.
I would have the sheriff stand in my backyard with me one morning when there was hunting going...
It appears the COs chose not to make an issue of it.
I can promise you if I could prove shots coming into my property, it would get illegal real quick.
You don't need a CO for that. The Sheriff will be taking over.
Yeah it is.
It may have been obfuscated by Bevin's dumb move to bait the easement, and the KDFWR's dumb move to suppress the investigation, and some people wanting to support their friends positions, but it's still about the location of the hunters.
I don't believe they were cited or asked to stop hunting in that spot. But I don't know for sure.
They and other credible people believe they were hunting legally.
I don't think there is a hard answer at this point that is not an opinion of the LEO or homeowner.
I would say they can hunt legally...
I don't know anything about his business, but for some reason I was under the impression he might have changed the name, or may have sold all or part of his businesses to a larger dealer. You don't lose a dealership over a scrap with a corrupt wildlife department.
Yeah probably. (Those are really poor analogies)
It's not public ground, it's a navigable waterways through private property. It's not some WMA.
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