The BBC reports that Mr Justice Peter Smith encoded a message into his judgement on the “Da Vinci Code” copyright case.
Seemingly random italicised letters were included in the 71-page judgement given by Mr Justice Peter Smith, which apparently spell out a message. […]
Italicised letters in the first few pages spell out “Smithy Code”, while the following pages also contain marked out letters.
I liked the fact he said:
I can’t discuss the judgement, but I don’t see why a judgement should not be a matter of fun,
Nice one your honour. 🙂