Part II: Special Report: Operation Something BruinUpdated: Tuesday, April 21 2015, 11:15 AM EDT
year's operation, called "Something Bruin", was aimed at stopping
hunters from illegally killing black bears in North Carolina and
Georgia. State and federal wildlife officers arrested more than 80
hunters and charged them with hundreds of crimes. But some of those
charged in the sting claim undercover wildlife officers actually killed
most of the bears, not them. And now, a local congressman is calling
for a federal investigation into the operation and those officers.
Click here for Part I of this Special Report.