London - (ReUterus): David Icke the global mind control expert who first identified the Bush family, the Queen Mother, Kris Kristofferson and Boxcar Willie as spineless reptilian overlords from a Babylonian Brotherhood of psuedo-humanoid sub-species may be the scientific brains behind disgraced immunologist Dr Andrew Wakefield, the London quack who started a global measles pandemic with his findings that the MMR triple jab was responsible for causing homosexuality.
An in-depth study of Wakefield's hoaxing career recently found that over £500,000 of UK taxpayers' money was doled out from the Legal Aid Fund to medical expert witnesses who helped bankroll the fantasist's denunciation of the vaccine in favor of a self-help remedy that he himself had patented in the US with Icke's help, which favored direct intra-muscular jabs of serum-rich goats' milk from measles/mumps/rubella-infected ruminants previously working on highly-secretive Pentagon PsychOps.
And now the vital smoking gun proving the Icke/Wakefield relationship has been found by private investigators on the trail of recovering classified local authority documents about the 1980s gerrymandering scandal started by UK Prime Monster Margaret Thatcher and Westminster Council leader Dame Shirley Porter, both likely candidates for reptillian ancestry.
Wakefiled is due to face a GMC medical hearing later this year where he is widely expected to be struck off for gross professional misconduct.
Icke in the meantime is sitting pretty, lecturing enthralled Canadian science students on his cosmology theories and waiting for both his Fellowship of the Royal Society as well as his Life Peerage as Labour spokesman on conspiracy theories to be confirmed.
As a footnote to today's news, UK reporters noted last year that Icke has bemoaned getting less free internet publicity than his spiritual twin brother Uri Geller, with whom he once had a spectacular falling-out. Recent developments in immunology quackery may soon put paid to that, however, and the stars are beaming brightly for him in 2007.