One point is getting missed here. It's illegal to land a helicopter ANYWHERE on USFS land without a good reason and OK from the local ranger. The fact they were in America's flagship wilderness makes this worse, but their apology/excuse is horseshit. IT does't matter if they got lost and landed in the wilderness. It's an aggravating factor, but it's not the only law they broke. They landed in a Wild and Scenic River and on public land simply to fish. They may be very nice people but they are arrogant, entitled jerks who think they can cut to the front of the line because they're rich enough to own a helicopter. Wilderness or not, that is the issue.