CBC reports on David Fraser, one of three hunters whose illegal duck-shooting escapades garnered You Tube fame - and a $5,000.00 fine in a Saskatchewan court, after pleading guilty to hunting law violations:
Fraser said he also learned a lot about the power of the internet and about exercising extra caution when posting to social networking sites.
"Because anyone that puts anything on the internet, you're exposing yourselves and you can get yourself into trouble like we did," Fraser said. "It's embarrassing, what I did, and I'm very ashamed of the way I acted."
When asked by a reporter whether he thought the matter had been blown out of proportion, Fraser responded, "Absolutely."
- Garry J. Wise, Toronto