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He said he couldn't say with certainty that there are still no weapons at Camp Ashraf, but added that it would have been very difficult for the group to get any since they were being guarded by Iraqi military and security officers.
U.S. and Iraqi officials have searched Camp Ashraf for weapons and have found only bayonets inside the female camp members' lockers, which they were allowed to keep, said retired Army Brig. Gen. David Phillips, a former senior commanding officer at Camp Ashraf.