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Monday, 14 January 2008

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Channeling the dead: Lord Scott Baker makes his ruling

London - (Presposterous Mess): Princess Diana has been called as a witness at her own inquest after the coroner cracked and agreed to Mohammed Fayed procuring the services of a London College of Psychic Studies channeling psychic who will testify via videolink.

The move was swiftly countered by Clarence House officials who demanded that the British National Spiritualist Association's top medium is allowed to channel evidence from Henri Paul, the DUI driver who died at the Paris crash that killed Diana.

The inquest judge however has insisted that any cross-examination is conducted appropriately enough by the famous former barrister George Carman QC.

Carman died in January 2001.

Accordingly Lord Justice Scott Baker has insisted that Carman is himself channeled by a world-renowned bona fide spiritualist psychic so the cross-examination of ghost witnesses may be seen to be unbiased and impartial.

The search is now on for a reputable spiritualist organization to provide the requisite human channeling link that will facilitate Carman's evidence testing.

"Alternatively I may just ask the current head of the UK Anti-Terrorism Unit - or even the head of NATO Military Intelligence - to do the honors of cross-examination if no world-class spiritualist organization can be found to act as medium for the late George Carman," Lord Justice Scott Baker chuckled today, adding:

"I certainly know which I'd prefer!"

Camilla is incontinent with rage.

The story above is a satire or parody. It is entirely fictitious.

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