I thought I saw another thread on this previously, but can't find it now.
Here is the latest story on this that appears to shed a lot more light on what happened: http://www.adn.com/2013/11/25/319746...lls-story.html
If what is stated in the article is correct, it goes far beyond just simply making a minor mistake with a boundary. They apparently knew where the boundary was simply by the fact that they made a point to drag BOTH moose back across the line into the private property to make it appear legal. That on top of illegal hunting methods (electronic call). Sounds like the first guy got off with barely a slap on the wrist. Will be interesting to see if the others get more and what other information may be realized as they plea out.