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Ethan, who has Asperger's syndrome, was snatched at random off a schoolbus after Dykes shot the driver dead.
It would be far more efficient, he argued, if instead of elections we simply picked 630 members of parliament at random off the electoral register.
The retired engineer, of Whitchurch, Cardiff, said: "I thought that it was unusual because I had never entered a lottery in Spain but the letter explained how I had been selected at random off a database.
Officials at the Scottish Courts Service made the astonishing gaffe after picking Mitchell's name at random off the electoral register.
In October he drove to Wrexham, and snatched a 15-year-old girl at random off the streets as she walked home from a work experience placement.
The introduction, titled "The Ethnography of Everyday Life," is conspicuously strained: Lynch resorts to pulling dates at random off the calendar and thrusting his finger into a dictionary on a hit-or-miss basis, just to see if he can wrench out a conclusion.