I know, from talking with my family source within the DNR, that the Morgantown buck was illegally taken. What I don't know, and haven't heard, is what became of the deer and the people involved in taking it? Was it confiscated? Was it ever measured? Has the hunter been prosecuted yet? We all agree that the hunter(s) involved should be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law. But, what do you think should happen to the confiscated rack? I have an idea for that. We hear about the really nice bucks, or the rare species that are confiscated by our heros at the DNR. I think that bucks, like the one Greendeem snared or the Morgantown buck, should be mounted, measured and displayed along with their story. Where was it killed, who killed it, what price did they pay? If it qualifies, enter it in the books. Give the deer, and the state, it's due. The DNR already displays at the State Fair, County fairs, and at other such events. A display like this would let us the potential of our natural resources. It could also serve as a warning of the wages of sinning against our wildlife bounty. That's what I think...How about you?