London - The man behind the 1995 footage of an Area 51 alien postmortem is to take the stand at the inquest of ex-KGB spy Alexander Litvinenko in London this week.
Ray Santilli has been asked by the Coroner to play the original recording of his 'Alien Autopsy' vid showing Plutonium 210 being used as an embalming agent.
Dead Russian spook Litvinenko is thought to have died after several doses of similar strength Plutonium 210 pickled his insides.
And it's taken almost ten years for the inquest to come to court.
This morning medical examiner Dr Gayga Counta who conducted Litvinenko's postmortem said it had been the most toxic probe he'd ever had to insert. Uh, make.
The spook died six weeks after imbibing a mouthful of the horrendous poison 'along with a British Raid sandwich' at Waterloo Station while waiting for the 20.42.
Santilli's evidence will hopefully dispel Russian rumors that the former turncoat agent 'had been in league with the aliens in Roswell' - notorious creatures whose love of radioactive embalming fluids may have caused the mishap.
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