|A screenshot of the Taxidermy.net thread where it is suggested |
that Justin Smeja is the person who wrote the original
Sierra Kills thread in November 2010.
Robert Lindsay has been holding his tongue about the identity of the Bigfoot shooter for at least 3 weeks now, and he cannot hold it any longer. The word is out, and all the evidence is pointing towards Justin Smeja. Robert has been in contact with Justin and gotten him in touch with an attorney. Robert hopes that she can make a deal with him with the Feds for amnesty in case they are going to charge him over this incident.
In defense of Justin Smeja, I say he was just an average bear hunter doing what hunters do. He didn't know what a Bigfoot was at the time of the shooting, and all that was on his mind he were bears. When he encountered a strange up-right creature waving it's arm in the air, he felt threaten and probably confused, so he simply shot and killed the creature. The evolving stories says that he had killed two Bigfoots, a mother and a juvenile (possibly toddler). Smeja returned to the site later that year to take a sample of the Bigfoot's flesh or whatever was left of it and sent it over to the Olympic Project for DNA testing. You can read the whole story by clicking here.
Although Robert is not the first to reveal Justin's identity, he was definitely the first to bring the Sierra Kills to light. Justin Smeja's name was mentioned on various forums and blogs, but the identity of the shooter was uncertain and unknown to most people... until now. Robert Lindsay posted this on his blog today: