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night-dress code 'Peru Two' drug mule Michaella McCollum posts cryptic message on Enigma code anniversary

I find empathy is a great start to understanding' said Michaella

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Michaella posed in a satin night robe in pics accompanying the post about the Enigma machine

Michaella posed in a satin night robe in pics accompanying the post about the Enigma machine

Michaella posed in a satin night robe in pics accompanying the post about the Enigma machine

Convicted drug smuggler and one half of the ‘Peru Two’, Michaella McCollum (28) has taken to Instagram to post a cryptic message about the Enigma code.

The Enigma machine was used by the German military command to encode strategic messages before and during World War II.

The infamous code was first broken by the Poles, under the leadership of mathematician Marian Rejewski, in the early 1930s.

On Friday evening’s Instagram post, the party girl, influencer and drug mule claimed that the infamous code was cracked due to time and understanding.

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Michaella wore a satin night robe in the pics

Michaella wore a satin night robe in the pics

Michaella wore a satin night robe in the pics

She wrote: ‘Back in 1941 on this day with time and understanding the enigma code was cracked.

‘*noun* - enigma

‘A person or thing that is mysterious or difficult to understand.’

She added: ‘I find empathy is a great start to understanding.’

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Her followers seemed more interested in the pictures than her words

Her followers seemed more interested in the pictures than her words

Her followers seemed more interested in the pictures than her words

The philosophical post elicited comments from her many followers.

One commented: ‘And the world moved forward because of that.’

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She also received support from her army of admirers.

Belindasharon32 said: “I think you’re so inspirational the way you turned your life around and were so determined to learn from what happened. I don’t think people realise how much you were groomed into doing what you did.”

Whatever Michaella meant to imply from this post, most followers were more interested in the colour of her lips and the glamourous shots than her Enigma-inspired words.

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