London - (Ass Mess): Alien Autopsy movie maker Ray Santilli has defended UK broadcaster Channel 4's decision to show an hour long documentary into Princess Diana's autopsy as "crucial to the scientific inderstanding of how this species evolved on planet Earth".
The program is to be shown next week amid an outcry that it is a cheap publicity stunt created to compete commercially with a forthcoming flim showing Anna Nicole Smith's autopsy.
Santilli has told the press that in his opinion "the more public showings of peroxide blondes' autopsies the better".
But not everybody agrees with his opinion.
A source at Buckingham Palace said today that as far as they were concerned the Channel 4 broadcast would be a lot more balanced if it included other autopsies involving sensational peroxide slappers such as Princess Grace of Monaco, who famously died in a Monte Carlo car crash in 1982, and Marily Monroe who was poisoned with rohypnol by George W Bush in a cunning move to frame the Kennedys.
The show is to be broadcast on 6 June.