I am sorry I wasted all of your time with this Da Vinci Code decision code nonsense.
It turns out that the solution was lame. The final message, “Jackie Fisher who are you Dreadnought,” had fully two typos in the space of only 31 letters, so that it actually read: “Jackie Fister who are you Dreadnough.” Even spelled correctly, who cares? What kind of stupid message is that?
Worst of all, the solution is, at the very least, inelegant: a substitution cipher based on the Fibonacci number sequence, with an unexplained deviation at the very third letter. If the judge hadn’t handed the London Times the solution on a silver platter, nobody ever would have gotten it, because it went off the tracks at the very beginning.
All details here.
All in all, as poorly conceived and proofread as the opinion itself — which at least got the result right, but with extremely poor writing.
Again, my apologies.
UPDATE: I have embedded my own message in this post, in honor of the judge.