&#91LETTERS TO THE EDITOR&#93Fishing pool of misery a shameful act

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&#91LETTERS TO THE EDITOR&#93Fishing pool of misery a shameful act

Typhoon victims are suffering from the enormous damage in there areas. But there are, however, people who are making the situation for them even worse.
Typhoon Maemi devastated many fish farms last week. But the number of anglers reeling in the fish washed away from the farms that were destroyed by the typhoon is increasing.
They park their cars near the fish farms damaged by the typhoon; vehicles and equipment for recovery work cannot access the sites of the damage. It is really lamentable.
The anglers are not giving a helping hand to the typhoon victims, in fact they are impeding the relief effort.
They should know how shameful their actions are. We are undergoing hard times now.
We have to think about how to help the people who lost so much in the typhoon, not take advantage of their misfortune.

by Kim Dae-su
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