Assuming a BF or a number of BF's were shot there,
And assuming this was to be done for a timber company,
And assuming the timber company would want to have proof,
then it would be logical to record the hunt.
I doubt the executives would want to be anywhere near the area or have someone drag a body into their offices to show the deed was done. Filming it would be the next best thing. That way the executives of said company would not get their hands dirty and the film would show the deed or mission was accomplished.
It may also have been filmed so the shooters had a record or proof in the event the timber company decided after the fact that they really didn't want to pay up for the deed. Kinda like insurance.
Assuming this is true then the timber company themselves may have ordered the film, even edited it and produced the reel plus a ready made story of two guys on horseback who saw a BF. Hide a lie within a lie. If it ever came back on them they have a ready made, well publicized story to cover it.
Posted on Sep 30, 2010, 12:36 PM from IP address 220.127.116.11