Los Angeles - 'Evidence' from the alien autopsy footage forger who reckoned Princess Diana 'faked' her own death may be heard at last in the Conrad Murray trial.
Today's editorial in LA FaghagSlagMag celebwatch magazine cites depositions filed by alien-hunting lawyers based on DNA claims and what some are calling the wholesale denial of the American justice system.
The testimony alleges that the entertainer's sudden and unexplained 'makeover' to a white caucasian with only a passing resemblance to the original black Jackson is part of a huge music industry fraud.
"You have to ask yourself who might benefit from such a situation," the editorial says, "and question if there were 'two' Michael Jacksons."
To date the singer's Jackson family siblings and parents have refused to provide DNA samples that could easily 'confirm' that the man who died in 2009 was indeed who he claimed he was.
"There were two Michael Jacksons alright," the editorial continues, "and no amount of cosmetic surgery could ever disguise that the switch-over that the nation's been asked to er, swallow."
It's now yet known if a judge will accept the inclusion of today's depositions which could substantially alter the case against Murray.
The case continues.