Skip to comments.Lawyer cracks judge's 'Da Vinci Code'
Posted on 04/28/2006 3:56:23 AM PDT by sirchtruth
LONDON (AP) The code has been cracked. London lawyer Dan Tench and The Times newspaper on Friday both claimed to have solved the riddle of a code embedded in a judge's ruling in "The Da Vinci Code" copyright lawsuit.
It reads: "Jackie Fisher who are you Dreadnought."
The message was created by Peter Smith, the High Court judge who presided over the copyright infringement suit brought by authors of the nonfiction book "The Holy Blood and the Holy Grail" against the publisher of Dan Brown's mega-selling thriller.
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Bizarre. I half expect the plaintiffs to sue for the judge making a mockery of the trial.
so i'm in barnes and nobles getting a coffee the other day, and can't seem to escape the multitude of tables with 'davinci code' knock offs trying to make a buck. how many layers of bs can this thing support?
Jackie Fisher was the guy who developed the Dreadnought concept.
"Dreadnought" is one of those words I've always loved. Perhaps it would make a good child's name.
Well, at least the judge has now advertised that he's a looney.
I still think it says "Drink more Ovaltine"...
Or that he can go through the rigours of a trial based on legal claims so farcical they should never have got past the door, be forced to spend weeks studying a book that isn't worth more than an afternoon and still have a sense of whimsy. I like it.