Controversial Oregon outfitter Bill Danielson, who was recently suspended from membership in Safari Club International, is in more trouble, according to an April 17 article in the Medford, Oregon Mail Tribune. Seems a Federal grand jury has indicted Danielson on four counts of violating the Lacey Act, which is the federal wildlife law that bans selling, buying or transporting across state lines any fish or wildlife taken, possessed, transported or sold in violation of state law. According to the indictment, Danielson guided two California hunters who shot blacktail deer without licenses or tags back in 1995. The indictment also alleges Danielson helped a South Carolina hunter leave Oregon with two illegally taken deer, also in 1995. If convicted, Danielson faces up to five years in federal prison and fines of up to $250,000 for each felony count. In the article, Danielson maintains his innocence and says he can prove it if the case goes to trial. We'll keep you posted on what happens.