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As if we weren’t far enough down the Da Vinci Code rabbit hole, a surprise revelation has shocked just about everyone involved in the recent Da Vinci copyright court case in London. It has emerged that Justice Peter Smith – known affectionately as ‘Smithy’ – inserted a ciphered message within his judgement on the case. It begins with the two words “Smithy Code”, and then is followed by what appears to be 31 random letters. I’ve set up a page dedicated to the Smithy Code, in which I list the 25 letters and my thoughts on possible solutions – if anyone wishes to add their opinion or solution feel free to go ahead.

Update: The Smithy Code is cracked.