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FBI Wants You To Solve Encrypted Notes From Murder

CmdrTaco posted more than 3 years ago | from the don't-you-mean-muuuuuurder dept.

Crime 466

coondoggie writes "The FBI is seeking the public's help in breaking the encrypted code found in two notes discovered on the body of a murdered man in 1999. The FBI says that officers in St. Louis, Missouri discovered the body of 41-year-old Ricky McCormick on June 30, 1999 in a field and the clues regarding the homicide were two encrypted notes found in the victim's pants pockets."

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I've cracked it! (3, Funny)

elrous0 (869638) | more than 3 years ago | (#35658446)

The first note just looks a list of IP addresses associated with Twitter accounts communicating with a "Julian_Assange" and the second note appears to be in Arabic (which I can't read).

I don't understand what either of those have to do with a 1999 murder in Missouri though.

Re:I've cracked it! (1)

ganjadude (952775) | more than 3 years ago | (#35658466)

Really? Because I found it to be a facebook account for bin laden

Re:I've cracked it! (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 3 years ago | (#35658506)

Really? I thought it was the secret recipe for Coca Cola(R)

Re:I've cracked it! (4, Funny)

thomasdz (178114) | more than 3 years ago | (#35658524)

No, no, no! It appears to be a conspiracy between Slashdot users ganjadude (952775) and elrous0 (869638) to deflect suspicion.

Re:I've cracked it! (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 3 years ago | (#35658608)

funny, when I cracked it a decompiled file named "TrustDll.dll magically appeared.

Re:I've cracked it! (5, Informative)

elrous0 (869638) | more than 3 years ago | (#35658622)

In all seriousness, though, it would help to have these additional details:

McCormick was a high school dropout, but he was able to read and write and was said to be “street smart.” According to members of his family, McCormick had used such encrypted notes since he was a boy, but apparently no one in his family knows how to decipher the codes, and it’s unknown whether anyone besides McCormick could translate his secret language. Investigators believe the notes in McCormick’s pockets were written up to three days before his death.

Over the years, a number of CRRU’s examiners—who are experts at breaking codes—have puzzled over the McCormick notes and applied a variety of analytical techniques to tease out an answer. “Standard routes of cryptanalysis seem to have hit brick walls,” Olson noted. Our cryptanalysts have several plausible theories about the notes, but so far, there has been no solution.

To move the case forward, examiners need another sample of McCormick’s coded system—or a similar one—that might offer context to the mystery notes or allow valuable comparisons to be made. Or, short of new evidence, Olson said, “Maybe someone with a fresh set of eyes might come up with a brilliant new idea.”

I think the code was probably meant for his eyes only, which means he probably constructed it using abbreviations and codewords that only he himself would understand. Without knowing those, well...good luck.

You mean he's (1)

Anonymous Coward | more than 3 years ago | (#35658724)

Verin Mathwin?

Who knew!

Just wait for the hour of his death!

Oh wait.

Re:I've cracked it! (0)

geekoid (135745) | more than 3 years ago | (#35658820)

I wish they would release there results, just to speed thing up.
Yeah, I can go through it myself, but it's time consuming. I suspect that the correct unencrypted translation will be full of person references so at that point someone may need to be familar with a specific slang.

Lets say the street people call a library "Warm Spot"
He may reference 'Warm spot' and people without that piece of information would know what they were looking at.

Re:I've cracked it! (1)

Tom (822) | more than 3 years ago | (#35658844)

That's what they hope to find. If someone has another note, and maybe a translation for it - maybe the guy gave and explained it to him years prior - you have a chance, even with codewords.

If it's not a cipher but a code, then without such additional help, it's almost hopeless.

Re:I've cracked it! (3, Insightful)

wreakyhavoc (1045750) | more than 3 years ago | (#35658872)

It's a one time pad. The pad, in this case, seems to have resided in the head of the writer. If statistical methods of attack have failed, there is little hope of solving the code.

One wonders what information would need saving in such a complex manner. It seems like the memory needed to remember the decoding scheme would be equivalent to the memory needed to remember the information in the first place. Perhaps the notes were intended for someone else, with a key to be provided at another time or location.

If http://xkcd.com/538/ [xkcd.com] I guess it didn't work.

citation needed (2)

MikeyO (99577) | more than 3 years ago | (#35658918)

It's a one time pad. The pad, in this case, seems to have resided in the head of the writer

How do you know it is a one time pad?

Re:I've cracked it! (3, Insightful)

cforciea (1926392) | more than 3 years ago | (#35658940)

Given that there are repeated segments of symbols, it is almost definitively not a one time pad.

Re:I've cracked it! (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 3 years ago | (#35658978)

They said he made those since he was a boy. Maybe just for fun.

Re:I've cracked it! (1)

Kjella (173770) | more than 3 years ago | (#35658904)

Well, true but it's a lot easier to verify a cracked key than it is to find it. If someone, somehow could guess those abbreviations and keywords and provide a plausible decryption it would be quite likely be the right answer. Almost no one can do strong crypto in their head, the solution is probably simple and it's easy to dismiss all the solutions that work like "if you XOR it with 0x745634FA66354345363EBD4647347546FABC346856324957967 you get the secret message" kind.

Re:I've cracked it! (2)

dcigary (221160) | more than 3 years ago | (#35659026)

Since he has been using the encryption since he was a boy, I'm thinking it's not a very complicated scheme. I'm betting it had something to do with the area he grew up in - for instance knowing what streets intersect with each other, and coming up with a cipher from that.

If this is the case, you can throw statistical analysis and standard cryptanalysis out the window, as it won't make sense in this context.

The only way they're going to get this solved is to get into his mind. Go back to where it all started. Look around. Talk to his friends about any "sayings" or "pledges" he might have used with them (think secret phrase to enter a fort). Someone somewhere has the answer.

(waves to nice FBI agents who I know are reading all these responses.... :) )

Re:I've cracked it! (4, Insightful)

LWATCDR (28044) | more than 3 years ago | (#35659080)

Your probably correct but just a note to myself. If I ever kill someone I need to leave a message that is nothing but the output of a random number generator. That will keep them busy for decades :)

Re:I've cracked it! (2)

SomePgmr (2021234) | more than 3 years ago | (#35658808)

Some of it looks like windows license keys. I guess between the two, we've solved it. Ballmer, in a field with the candlestick.

Link to the notes: (5, Funny)

Moderator (189749) | more than 3 years ago | (#35658468)

Here is a link to the notes:

http://www.fbi.gov/news/stories/2011/march/cryptanalysis_032911/image/gallery [fbi.gov]

Of course, what I got out of it was:

"You are a stupid square idiot bald git aren't you? eh? I'm pointing at you, I'm pointing at you, but I'm not actually addressing you, I'm addressing the one prat in the country who has bothered to get a hold of this recording, turn it round and actually work out the rubbish that I'm saying. What a poor sad life he's got! Frankly your acts crap, anyway anybody could've done it, I hate the lot of you, bollocks to you!"

Re:Link to the notes: (1)

WhitetailKitten (866108) | more than 3 years ago | (#35658482)

Mod parent funny. :D

Re:Link to the notes: (-1)

Anonymous Coward | more than 3 years ago | (#35658518)

Red Dwarf reference.

Re:Link to the notes: (1, Insightful)

Tigger's Pet (130655) | more than 3 years ago | (#35658582)

It would be nice if the FBI got off their arses and provided a copy of the notes in text format so that we could copy/paste them into something more useful as a format for saving and editing - or are they expecting each person to do this themselves?

Re:Link to the notes: (5, Insightful)

mastershake82 (948396) | more than 3 years ago | (#35658664)

Well... since nobody has any clue as to how it is encrypted... perhaps there is something specific as to how it was written regarding how to decrypt. They don't know that there is, and they don't know that there isn't, so they've effectively provided you everything they have to work with. It's up to you if you think it should be worked in a different format.

Re:Link to the notes: (2)

Motard (1553251) | more than 3 years ago | (#35658748)

Indeed. Look at the 'E's. Some are traditional squared off E's and some are like a C with a horizontal line. It could mean something, or nothing.

Re:Link to the notes: (1)

Thud457 (234763) | more than 3 years ago | (#35658976)

in the first note, each group enclosed by parenthesis is a prime number of characters.

Re:Link to the notes: (1)

pixelpusher220 (529617) | more than 3 years ago | (#35659008)

It could mean something, or nothing.

you know, it could also mean....something ELSE! spooky ;-)

bring home for Emma: (1)

Thud457 (234763) | more than 3 years ago | (#35658854)

just load it into google docs and you'll have an answer before your tea's done

Re:Link to the notes: (1)

NFN_NLN (633283) | more than 3 years ago | (#35658716)

It would be nice if the FBI got off their arses and provided a copy of the notes in text format so that we could copy/paste them into something more useful as a format for saving and editing - or are they expecting each person to do this themselves?

It's possible the data contains more information than just straight text.
Ie, the position, alignment could all be part of the code.

Re:Link to the notes: (1)

Anonymous Coward | more than 3 years ago | (#35658962)

Check this out: There was a serial killer, named Michael McCormick that was found dead as well (in 2010). He was 53. Just hinky.

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2010/04/09/michael-mccormick-suspect_n_531686.html

I think the 'cipher' looks pretty easy. The guy was a dipshit and apparently didn't trust computers. There are clear patterns and re-uses. I call bullshit.

Re:Link to the notes: (2)

cforciea (1926392) | more than 3 years ago | (#35659180)

The other responses have made some points about possible additional information embedded in the spacing of the message, etc, but that seems a lot less important than the fact that some portions of the code are unclear and open to interpretation as to which letter is being represented. Is the second to last character on the first page an 'L', 'C', or '('? Can you say definitively enough for the FBI to rule out other options?

Cracked: (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 3 years ago | (#35658476)

Be sure to drink your ovaltine.

And the coded message is... (5, Funny)

wcrowe (94389) | more than 3 years ago | (#35658486)

DRINKYOUROVALTINE

Re:And the coded message is... (1)

RedEars (1622495) | more than 3 years ago | (#35658660)

Be sure to drink your Ovaltine. Bahaha. Thank you.

Re:And the coded message is... (1)

houghi (78078) | more than 3 years ago | (#35658912)

You sure? I only got the last words: Burma Shave.

Re:And the coded message is... (1)

Darinbob (1142669) | more than 3 years ago | (#35659132)

The second page reads: "pound pastrami, can kraut, six bagels - bring home for Emma"

Hmm... (3, Funny)

tool462 (677306) | more than 3 years ago | (#35658494)

There are a lot of nested parens in those notes. It's clearly Lisp code. They should bring Alan Turing in for questioning.

we are volunteers (4, Interesting)

alphatel (1450715) | more than 3 years ago | (#35658500)

If the Fed really wants help they should consider providing:
  • Images at sizes greater than 100kb and 600x600 pixels.
  • Scans with resolutions higher than 96 dpi.
  • Tear up my dossier (I know I must be on it because I'm an American).

Re:we are volunteers (2)

MoonBuggy (611105) | more than 3 years ago | (#35658560)

It's a chance to publicly prove that you're smarter than the FBI's crypto team - what more motivation could you want?

Re:we are volunteers (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 3 years ago | (#35658638)

The first note's obviously a treasure map. Anything preceding NCBE is a direction. Probably anything not in parentheses is gibberish.

Re:we are volunteers (1)

MichaelKristopeit404 (1978298) | more than 3 years ago | (#35658744)

how about not being forced to live under the jurisdiction of such inept individuals who aren't above warrant-less wiretaps or perpetually jailing individuals in offshore cages while never bringing any charges against them.

you're an idiot.

the FBI is advertising their ignorance, and my tax dollars funded the campaign.

completely pathetic.

Re:we are volunteers (1)

wannabe-retiree (845754) | more than 3 years ago | (#35658754)

Yeah- you solve the encryption and then get prosecuted as the murderer. You get to feel mentally superior to the FBI and they get to close the case. It's a win-win!

Direct link to FBI article/request (1)

richard tarantula (1464545) | more than 3 years ago | (#35658508)

Here [fbi.gov]

if you know how to read these (3, Insightful)

bugs2squash (1132591) | more than 3 years ago | (#35658520)

you must be a suspect

Re:if you know how to read these (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 3 years ago | (#35658840)

If I know how to read them how can I prove I'm not a suspect?

Timely? (1)

Monoman (8745) | more than 3 years ago | (#35658548)

Talk about stubborn. They sure waited long enough to ask for help.

Castle (1)

AnotherAnonymousUser (972204) | more than 3 years ago | (#35658552)

Pssshhh, Nathan Fillion could've solved this in 45 minutes plus commercial breaks.

Re:Castle (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 3 years ago | (#35658824)

Pffft... Adam Baldwin could have shot everyone responsible (and quite possibly some people who weren't) in 15 minutes.

Sorry (1)

Nemyst (1383049) | more than 3 years ago | (#35658558)

Sorry guys, I know my writing's not the best, but no need to put the FBI on the case sheesh!

Re:Sorry (1)

jd2112 (1535857) | more than 3 years ago | (#35659044)

The FBI would have arrested that lousy browncoat trator on site!

John has a long moustache (1)

ptbarnett (159784) | more than 3 years ago | (#35658578)

Re:John has a long moustache (1)

snspdaarf (1314399) | more than 3 years ago | (#35659260)

Wounds my heart with monotonous languor.

Zodiac Killer (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 3 years ago | (#35658602)

Arthur Leigh Allen.

But he died. How old was the body when found?

Zodiac is back? (1)

WonderingAround (2007742) | more than 3 years ago | (#35658610)

As long as Jake Gyllenback-Mountain doesn't ruin this one with a B list movie I think we could solve what the FBI's been slacking off on for a decade or so.

maybe it's just gibberish (1)

jarrettwold2002 (601633) | more than 3 years ago | (#35658616)

Maybe they're over thinking this. It could just be gibberish. Any word on if the guy was crazy or not?

Hypothetical. (1)

TheStatsMan (1763322) | more than 3 years ago | (#35658626)

Say you crack the code. Would you divulge the key?

Re:Hypothetical. (1)

cforciea (1926392) | more than 3 years ago | (#35658678)

Either you wouldn't need to because the algorithm would be obvious given the plain text, or you would have to in order for anybody to verify your claim.

remember how they caught the unabomber (-1)

circletimessquare (444983) | more than 3 years ago | (#35658630)

they allowed him to publish his insane manifesto in a major newspaper, and sure enough, his brother recognized the mental wavelength

so i sense the possibility that they've profiled the murderer as someone who can't resist the desire to solve his own puzzles "anonymously"

ego: the downfall of so many, deserving and undeserving

Re:remember how they caught the unabomber (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 3 years ago | (#35658756)

The article says the encrypted notes were written by the victim, not the murderer.

Re:remember how they caught the unabomber (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 3 years ago | (#35658868)

I remember 90 seconds ago I RTFA and it said the victim had kept such coded notes himself since childhood. His mom "recognized the mental wavelength" already, so now how does this help?

Re:remember how they caught the unabomber (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 3 years ago | (#35658900)

The notes belonged to the victim.

Alternative job listing (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 3 years ago | (#35658642)

Am I the only one who thinks that they've already cracked it and are simply looking for people to hire?

http://maurifail.com (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 3 years ago | (#35658652)

Rolf this is crazy xD

Here is an enlaged version (-1, Troll)

slashdance1 (2029328) | more than 3 years ago | (#35658656)

crypto.jpg [imageshack.us]

Re:Here is an enlaged version (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 3 years ago | (#35658704)

Ugh. Goatse.

NSFW. Asshole (poster and picture, both).

Re:Here is an enlaged version (1)

kipin (981566) | more than 3 years ago | (#35658738)

Please ban this user posting GOATSE without marking it as NSFW.

Burma-Shave! (1)

PolygamousRanchKid (1290638) | more than 3 years ago | (#35658686)

The notes look like Burma-Shave ads! Tell the FBI to round up any clean-shaven folks!

"Throat-wobbler-mangrove!"

"Burma-Shave!"

doesn't the public pay the FBI to do this for us?? (1)

MichaelKristopeit403 (1978294) | more than 3 years ago | (#35658688)

if you don't want to do your job, we can stop paying you to do it. no problem.

Re:doesn't the public pay the FBI to do this for u (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 3 years ago | (#35658894)

They've been on the case for 11 years. At some point asking for help just makes... oh, I didn't see who made the post. Never mind.

Pathetic cower behind ;select name from systables

I'd like to, but... (5, Funny)

Steauengeglase (512315) | more than 3 years ago | (#35658692)

I can't violate the DMCA. Sorry.

Re:I'd like to, but... (1)

aardwolf64 (160070) | more than 3 years ago | (#35659084)

That's the prize... Prison...

Windows (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 3 years ago | (#35658702)

It's just a lot of Windows serial numbers!

Nothingness (0)

DreamArcher (1690064) | more than 3 years ago | (#35658722)

Probably not even encrypted but just gibberish. FBI wastes 100000000000000000000000000000 man-hours trying to decrypt it. Please send the FBI to change the oil on my car. Money better spent.

Re:Nothingness (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 3 years ago | (#35658828)

Well, the second one actually looks like a recipe. For a while I saw the word cucumber and some timing instructions. Then I started thinking and the subconsciously processed information was lost.

Thoughts (1)

jeek (37349) | more than 3 years ago | (#35658736)

Is it me, or does the writing suggest that he wrote every other letter spaced out, then went back in and wrote every other letter in the blanks?

Perhaps the parentheses indicate sets of letters where he did this...?

Re:Thoughts (1)

blair1q (305137) | more than 3 years ago | (#35659278)

No, it looks like he worked out the code letter by letter, moving his hand away from the page each time, possibly to use the pencil as a pointer in his code pad or to do intermediate calculations, instead of writing the letters straight through. The inference I'd make is that he made a cleartext version of this before encoding it, but didn't copy this encrypted version from a scratchpad.

Lots of patterns (3, Interesting)

davidbrit2 (775091) | more than 3 years ago | (#35658742)

Weird. There are enough patterns and repetitions to make it look like it's just something simple, like a substitution cipher or similar. The sequence 'NCBE' appears enough times to be statistically meaningful, I'd wager.

Re:Lots of patterns (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 3 years ago | (#35659050)

That probably means it's just a decoy, then.

Need a genius. (1)

kjdames (588423) | more than 3 years ago | (#35658776)

Sounds like a job for Jacob Barnett.

I think I see... (1)

aztektum (170569) | more than 3 years ago | (#35658780)

The pirated Windows 98 key I used back then in the second pic.

ooh another clue (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 3 years ago | (#35658790)

Bake the hall in the candle of her brain.

FBI is grasping (1)

Johnny Mnemonic (176043) | more than 3 years ago | (#35658800)

What makes them think that these notes have any clue as to the perpetrator of the murder? They could be shopping lists that the victim made in code for his own amusement; apparently he had been doing so his whole life.

Cases of murder are cracked daily without needing a note from the victim, coded or not; the FBI should pursue this case the same way. More than likely, the code is a red herring that's tying up resources and focus.

Re:FBI is grasping (1)

thePowerOfGrayskull (905905) | more than 3 years ago | (#35658996)

What makes you think they haven't and aren't pursuing other means?

Re:FBI is grasping (1)

cforciea (1926392) | more than 3 years ago | (#35659102)

Given that the murder happened in 1999, my guess is that they have exhausted those other avenues.

Dear FBI, (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 3 years ago | (#35658806)

Please post better scans. At least 2000 pixels on a side. And in the lossless "PNG" format. Thank you.

LISP (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 3 years ago | (#35658814)

Looks like LISP code to me.

GNU/Stallman strikes again!

it's a trap! (1)

JackSpratts (660957) | more than 3 years ago | (#35658816)

don't do it!

I did it! (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 3 years ago | (#35658906)

I did it!

Your's

Obama.

tl;dr

GW Bush

It's either a rant about lawyers (1)

geekoid (135745) | more than 3 years ago | (#35658946)

or he is a secret genius with proteins.

I've decoded it!! (1)

Anonymous Coward | more than 3 years ago | (#35658956)

Message begins

Murdering you was "too, Too, TOO EASY - just '2EZ'" ... lol!

APK

With sincere Regards,
Mrs. McCormick

P.S.=>. Do not worry little poppet, your HOSTS file will be looked after! apk

Message ends

it looks like shorthand (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 3 years ago | (#35658980)

I can read it, sort of but it doesn't make sense. It looks like instructions and dates. It would be nice to know if he were a drug dealer or whatever.

Hold it back and just let the nearest words pop into your head

The ()'s could be different notes like when I put boxes around my notes from class.

high school dropout guys. I"m guessing he is not mentally encoded 128 bit RSA encryption here.

It's not encrypted (3, Funny)

QX-Mat (460729) | more than 3 years ago | (#35659020)

it's Welsh!

Re:It's not encrypted (1)

blair1q (305137) | more than 3 years ago | (#35659292)

D'LLowh!

I got it (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 3 years ago | (#35659034)

It says "drink more ovaltine"

oh well.. (1)

slick7 (1703596) | more than 3 years ago | (#35659038)

So much for the taxpayer funded NSA (No Scrutiny Allowed) or the drug funded CIA (Criminals In Action)

Relevance? (0)

g0bshiTe (596213) | more than 3 years ago | (#35659082)

They were found in his pockets. He has been known to use such notes since he was a boy. How is wasting their time by solving these going to further the investigation? I imagine had he the time to encrypt them naming his killer in such a way, then he would have just written out a description of the killer, assuming he didn't know the killer. Which he probably did. Most likely it was some suspected illicit activity and they are hoping that he has information for something else in these messages.

I'd bet it's little more than a sub cypher of some type, given his education and the recurrence of letter patterns in the first note.

Perhaps backwards?

Text version of the code (2, Interesting)

Anonymous Coward | more than 3 years ago | (#35659152)

I've retyped the code of the first note (to as good an extent as I can given the 600x600 resolution). Here's the results, and don't shoot me if there's a mistake:

(mndmknearse-n-d-ta-knare)
qtfrnenptnsenpbsercbbnsenprseinc
prsenmrsedprehlduldncbe(tfxlftcxlnlbe)
al-prppitxlyppiyncbemekseincdrcbrnseprse
wldrcbrnsentsgnentxse-crsle-citrsewldncde
alwlpncbetsmelrserlsevrglsneasnwldncbe
(nopfsenlsrencbe)ntegddmnsencurercbrne
(tenetfrnencbrtsencbeinq)
(firsepqseonde71ncbe)
(cdnseprsednsde74ncbe)
(prtseprseonrede75ncbe)
(tfnqcmspsolemrdelusetotewldnwldncbe)
(194wld'sncbe)(trfxl)

Actually all uppercase, but the fitler wouldn't allow me.

Re:Text version of the code (2)

Hermanas (1665329) | more than 3 years ago | (#35659246)

Oops, wasn't logged in. Here's the second note.

alpnteglse-se erte
vlsemtse-ctse-wse-frtse
nwldxlrcmspnewldstsmexl
dvlmt6tunsencbexl

(munsarstenmunarse)
klse-lrste-trse-trse-mksen-mrse
(saegnsesenmbse)

nmnrcbrnsepte2ptewsrcbreee?? (unsure about this)
86mlse74sprkse29kenobole173rtrse
35gleclgsejunitxedkqsepseshle
651mtcsehtlsencntxtrsnmre
99.84.s2unep2sencrseaoktsensrsenbse
njreqnsepvtsewldncbe(jxqrl)
ntosenrsein2ntrlercnamsentsrcrene
lspnsengspesemkserbsencbeavxlr
hmcrenmbencbe 1/2munddlse
d-w-m-ymil

Solved! (1)

messiuh (206505) | more than 3 years ago | (#35659196)

These -ARE- encrypted.

It is a combination of several Diablo CD-Keys

bt5wld(mhnzljn)(... (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 3 years ago | (#35659264)

In the first one he mentions slippy and kobe. Was he a lakers fan? Not enough time to play with this more, but I wonder if he was a gambler from some of the other stuff.

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