Well, it turns out that one of Miller's earlier bucks had to be removed from the Boone and Crocket Record Book because it was discovered that a tine was somehow broken off from the buck's rack after it was shot. It seems a picture that was taken shortly after the buck was killed shows an abnormal tine on the rack. But in photos submitted to B & C the tine is missing. Miller maintains that it was knocked off by a Mexican in camp, and has letters and an affidavit to that effect.
Unfortunately, the dispute over that buck has created a brouhaha of major proportions, with accusations flying back and forth, particularly on Internet message boards. Some of the comments that are surfacing at this point are not exactly accurate or professional in tone.
To set the record straight, here are both sides of the controversy. First, I have the official statement from the Boone and Crockett Club, which was filed only after Miller went public with the issue. B & C, I'm told, would have preferred to keep the investigations and subsequent actions private, which I applaud for reasons I'll elaborate on later. If you want the complete document, or have questions, contact B & C at firstname.lastname@example.org. In the interest........(continued)