SPatrick, please dot feel like I am personally attacking you, unfortunately you are a victim of circumstances. My problem is with a company that allows themselves to be represented by people who feel that laws don't apply to them, and have little to no consequences. The sad truth is that a lot of people look up to Pro Staffers as role models in the hunting community for their advice and experience, and get many privileges from their position. However when they commit crimes, I've yet to see Avery publicly denounce their actions, or even take their name and info off of their website, that many people frequent. Leaving the names up of those who have committed these crimes shows a lack of caring for their own personal image as a company, and doing so indirectly makes them look like they don't care what their staff is doing to sully their name/ brand, and are doing nothing to curtail the bad behavior. I know if I were a company that was affiliated with poachers I would cut ties with them as quickly as possible, and remove their image/name from any of my products, and would take it a step further and denounce that person's affiliation.