It's a youtube video. But I don't understand the message.
First Nations have gone into this area between Christmas and 31 December 2012 and slaughtered 12 elk consisting of cows and small bulls (raghorns as they are called here). They apparently say the herd bull got away. On another site, the herd bull got away but was wounded. In the process they are bragging about it on You Tube which have a lot of people up set due to the mass slaughter. First Nations are not required to have a license and are supposed to hunt in normal hunting seasons. Some of the First Nations are not honoring the system, hunting up to 12 months of the year and around the clock, using spotlights etc., selling meat and wasting some as well.
For the White Nation (you or I) if we have property in this area, we have to apply for a draw. As of January 2012 that draw system went from a five level to a ten level. Say I applied and my application got accepted, I automatically drop to level ten. Each year whether I apply or not, my level gets bumped up one level. The only way I could possibly get drawn is if there were not enough applications to fill the amount of licenses alotted for that particular area.
On the news this morning, Conservation is supposed to be investigating this as they have had a large amount of complaints since the video was posted on Monday.
Some people are hard to understand due to: language barrier, broken English(not being able to speak or understand another language properly) and accents.
If you view the comments and feed back below the video, you will see some of what is happening. As a note, the newest post is at the top of the page so you would have to scroll to the bottom and select "show more" to get to each previous page until you get to the very start.
It just takes a few bad apples to spoil a box. Some of the First Nations people are very nice and honest.
Hopefully this explanation helps.