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    Default Re: DNA ...a new era for records or the start of a big mess ...

    A fully authenticated record however should stand. Even the captor of the record cannot remove it, because it's been written in the history books and in countless articles in the press.

    It's impossible for the captor to remove that record, because quite rightly, history owns it, not the captor.

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    Default Re: DNA ...a new era for records or the start of a big mess ...

    Exactly Ron.

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    Default Re: DNA ...a new era for records or the start of a big mess ...

    I don't mean to fan the flames of any arguments, but it seems frankly lunacy to me for anyone to think they could own a record of any kind. Once it is verified it surely is just another piece of history?

    How on earth would the disputee of any such claim prevent anyone from knowing the historical fact? 'Thought crime' was a fictional concept after all.

    Blimey, the things people will get their knickers in a twist over. Only in angling eh?

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    Default Re: DNA ...a new era for records or the start of a big mess ...

    Quote Originally Posted by Chris Hammond ( RSPB ACA PAC} View Post
    How on earth would the disputee of any such claim prevent anyone from knowing the historical fact? 'Thought crime' was a fictional concept after all.
    I couldn't agree more, so I was hoping that Ray would answer my question regarding applicable Law (Act etc.) that he seems to think over-rules the records committee?

    Very confusing . . . . .

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    Default Re: DNA ...a new era for records or the start of a big mess ...

    15 minutes of fame has a lot to answer for.
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    Default Re: DNA ...a new era for records or the start of a big mess ...

    Quote Originally Posted by MarkTodd View Post
    15 minutes of fame has a lot to answer for.
    I have got into loads of trouble in 15 mins

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    Default Re: DNA ...a new era for records or the start of a big mess ...

    You and me both!!
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    Default Re: DNA ...a new era for records or the start of a big mess ...

    So what is the BRFC record Roach now? All I could find was that it was caught in NI in 2006 with no mention of Mr Clarke???

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    Default Re: DNA ...a new era for records or the start of a big mess ...

    I am sure that the roach caught by Ray Clarke is the English record.

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    Default Re: DNA ...a new era for records or the start of a big mess ...

    Rays fish was the old BRFC record.....the NI fish is the new one, though some say it is not a true roach.

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