Santilli to perform second Moat autopsy

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Wednesday, 21 July 2010

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Northumbria - (ET Mess): The fabled alien pathologist shot to fame after conducting a series of high profile post mortems on tragic alien celebs such as Princess Diana and Anna Nicole Smith.

This week he has been hired by Raoul Moat's family to perform a second autopsy on the Northumbria shooter.

His hiring comes amid fears an MoD alien implant in Moat's medulla oblongata actually exploded during the police's tasering.

An official coroner's report has yet to be issued ahead of claims Moat shot himself with a sawn off shotgun just seconds after two 50,000 volt rounds were fired at him.

Relatives have claimed that an absence of scorch marks on Moat's corpse suggests something altogether different happened.

An MRI scan has been ruled out because the cadaver is already falling apart, pathology sources said today.

Santilli once claimed that thousands of alien wannabe celebs were stalking the Earth, commnunicating telepathetically (sic) via cranial implants.

George W Bush is believed to be the alien grandmaster whose 'suicide' instructions are routinely beamed to other fellow extraterrestrials during times of national crisis.

Susan Boyle may have now toppled the fetid ex-US President as the ultimate boss of the alien diaspora.

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