By: Neil Fawcett
The lure of arcane mysteries strikes again. Mr Justice Peter Smith is the judge who ruled on the copyright action brought against the publishers of "The Da Vinci Code". He has confirmed that a series of italicised letters scattered seemingly at random through the published version of his judgment conceal a coded message. The italicised letters in the first seven paragraphs of the judgment spell out the words "smithy code". Lawyer Dan Tench and the Times newspaper both claim that the Smithy Code message is "Jackie Fisher who are you Dreadnought". Apparently cracking the code involves using the fibonacci numbers. The judge has confirmed answer is correct.

If that was the answer what on earth was the question?

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