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Grand Jury Hears Oval Office Aide

Associated Press
Wednesday, May 13, 1998; Page A07

Focusing on activities around the Oval Office, Whitewater prosecutors summoned a White House assistant before a federal grand jury yesterday in the Monica S. Lewinsky investigation.

Rebecca Cameron, an Oval Office staff aide, appeared at the federal courthouse as investigators delved into the relationship between President Clinton and Lewinsky, a former White House intern.

Cameron works for Nancy Hernreich, the chief of Oval Office operations, who has been questioned repeatedly before the grand jury.

Cameron and her lawyer, David Wilson, declined to comment following her testimony. Grand jurors then heard testimony from a woman who declined to identify herself as she left the courthouse.

Whitewater independent counsel Kenneth W. Starr is trying to determine whether the president had a sexual relationship with Lewinsky and then encouraged her or others to lie about it in the Paula Jones sexual harassment lawsuit.

© Copyright 1998 The Associated Press

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