Well I will continue with my foolish and shameful opinion...because I didn't watch the videos and don't care to. A bunch of guys some shooting a lion from the truck isn't my thing. The cameraman is clearly biased against hunting. Full of "I thinks" and "he saids". I don't have to watch it to know where the conversation is going. I find it interesting that you post pictures of your African kills and I am sure they were done in a high fence area. So morally, the release sable is ok, but the wahoo hunting lions isn't. When you "shot" pheasants in Virginia, did you say I don't like the way this birds are flying and stop shooting? Or did you shoot birds until the hunt was over? This cameraman did break laws, he knew he was going on a lion hunt, what did he think was going to happen? He waited 4 years because he was intimidated? Or scared? Please, he wants some fame and I think he broke privacy laws but definitely the clients trust. Is that ethical? Are we now suppose to believe the moral high ground of the cameraman when he already shows us his true ethics. This whole thing stinks to high heavens! Now let's argue some more on captive breed hunting as well as ethics vs legality, as if those haven't happened before. I'm sure some anti troll is reading this tonight and just having a big time. Whether you like it or not and whether you care to admit it you are spreading their propaganda! No one gave a shit in 2012, the industry continued, and honestly no one should give a shit in 2016, all of our efforts need to be focused on conservation, stopping import bans and getting more people into hunting. We can't change the past and need to focus on protecting the future.