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"Mr President, the cell door slammed shut behind him. He remained leaning against the bolted metal door for a few seconds before pacing across the cell – 10 paces in all. He still couldn’t really believe it. What had the judge said? ‘You must pay for your criminal actions: take him down’. What had he done? He had gone fishing. Just a bit of fun. The catch was unimportant. What was the technical term? ‘Common fisheries policy prohibited recreational angling catch’. How was he to know that he was only allowed to catch two bass, that the third – he hadn’t asked it to bite, it just had, and it made him a criminal. How did you get banged up for going fishing? The world was truly absurd. This could be a short story by Kafka; in its implications, this report is both frightening and absurd. You are thinking of the stuff of dystopian nightmares and not fit for the real world and a tyranny to ordinary people and ordinary fishermen throughout Europe."@en1
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