"I've seen devices that aren't so good -- you can't tell if it's a man or a bear," William Sorukas, the retired chief of the U.S. Marshals Investigative Operations Division, told me. On the other hand, he said, "I used one in Puerto Rico a number of years ago that from a thousand yards away, you could see the ribs on a horse.
I could see a jaw lighting up from a person smoking a cigarette on their porch when they inhaled."
, who has tracked down as many fugitives as just about anyone on the planet, believes it's a good bet that the men are still in those woods.
The bloodhound hit made it seem like an accurate perimeter, certainly, but beyond that, he
said, "the lack of information in other areas makes us believe this is accurate as well."