Newspaper article St Louis Post-Dispatch (MO)


Newspaper article St Louis Post-Dispatch (MO)


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A British military intelligence surveillance team filmed PRINCESS DIANA having sex with cavalry officer MAJ. JAMES HEWITT in the garden of the officer's house in Devon in 1988, the London tabloid News of the World reported Sunday.

The paper quoted Glyn Jones, at the time an army surveillance expert, as recalling being a member of a team that was ordered to stake out the house. Jones, then an army color sergeant, said he initially thought the mission was related to military intelligence.

Jones, who coordinated the mission from a nearby van, said he sat stunned as his men reported that Hewitt and Diana come out into the garden.

"Hewitt and Diana weren't wearing very much," he said. "First, they were kissing and cuddling. Then things got really steamy."

He said a Royal Marines major pulled the team out, took away all the video and audio tapes of the encounter and warned the men to say nothing about what had happened.


Superstar and Democrat BARBRA STREISAND has accused the American media of bias in their coverage of PRESIDENT BILL CLINTON.

"I think they're jealous - jealous of a president who is very young, very smart, very nice, with a full head of hair," she told the latest edition of Vanity Fair magazine.

As for herself, Streisand said her recent sellout world tour would be her last: "You have to put on makeup, comb your hair. You have to wear high heels. My feet get cramps. I'm a shy person. I don't need to keep doing this."


DAME JOAN SUTHERLAND has hit a sour note with some of her fellow Aussies.

The 67-year-old Sydney-born diva lives in Switzerland but thinks of Britain as home. And she wishes she had a British rather than an Australian passport.

She said she finds it ludicrous that she often has to deal with Australian government officials of Chinese or Indian origin when she renews her passport. …

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