Fawn Hall: Oliver North's Angel

No one could say Fawn Hall wasn't loyal. When her boss, Lieut. Colonel Oliver North, asked her to work weekends at the National Security Council, she readily agreed. Hall, 27, a strikingly pretty blond with blue-green eyes, often turned down modeling jobs because she was afraid they might interfere with her secretarial duties. Hall even rejected the chance to take a screen test because she was just too busy. Said a friend: "She was a good employee, and a good employee does what her employer wants."

Indeed, Hall was so obedient that she followed North's orders last November to retype four...

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