Ok, I want to know what LiqidCrack, X-Men, and the Library of Congress have in common! To that end, I managed to track down a representative claiming to be from Landau, Luckman, and Lake, Attorneys At Law and asked them a few questions:
WB: What can you tell me about the source of the messages?
LLL: Our founders had some interesting clients from when we were founded in the early 19th century. We’ve always held on to our status as one of the best law firms in the world by making sure jobs get done. For the messages recently recieved through a source, we can only say they’ve been with us for a long time and only now were we instructed to forward them.
WB: How long have you had them?
LLL: No Comment
WB: What do they mean?
LLL: We don’t know. Nor are we inclined to dig through them.
WB: Who told you to release them?
LLL: Our client’s instructions. The client remains anonymous.
WB: Is there anything you can tell me about your client?
LLL: He paid us well.
WB: Is there more information you are still holding?
LLL: That we cannot say. One of the founders brought the case with them
WB: How were the recipients selected?
LLL: Carefully. The person who brought us the case… they chose the list.
WB: What more will LLL be releasing soon?
LLL: We’re sorry we can’t release anymore information than that. And we must cut this short as we are going to be quite busy.
Busy indeed. And with that, I’m left with more questions than answers.