Hi. I truly appreciate your help and concerns last night over my question, yet I've met another complicated english to my knowledge. The following is a detached part of news release on the web. In late May, investigators from the Boulder district attorney's office approached the Ramseys with information that one or more e-mails had been intercepted expressing a desire to meet with them, according to their family attorney Lin Wood. While the overall meaning of the sentence itself appears clear to me, I don't understand its structure at "one or more e-mails had been intercepted expressing a desire to meet with them". Particularly, I wonder how the "expressing a desire to meet with them" could come right behind "one or more e-mails had been intercepted" without any subjective? relating to who's actually expressing a desire there. I can't really link that "a desire to meet with them" to anything. I understand what the author makes out of the context still, some points like that draw my attention and not make the whole point grammartically clear. Thanks in advance.