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Thursday, March 31, 2011

FBI tries to solve coded message found with Mo. homicide victim

Code

The FBI is asking the public to help solve a coded message found in a Missouri homicide victim's pocket back in 1999 near St. Louis.

“Even if we found out that he was writing a grocery list or a love letter, we would still want to see how the code is solved. This is a cipher system we know nothing about," Olson said.

The FBI weighs in here.

Here's a Post-Dispatch article from when the body was discovered.

Wikipedia has an entry about the code.

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