Commander of Multi-National Force in Iraq says about Mojahedin that “each one of MKO members has a different story, so they’ll go to different places.
General George W. Casey, Jr., Commander, Multi-National Force in Iraq said in part of a press conference that “each one of MKO members has a different story, so they’ll go to different places.
The Q and A about MKO was as follows:
Q: And would you also address down in the south, it's my understand you all are still holding some number of Mujahideen-e-khalq at a camp down near Kuwait. What's their status? How many are there? And what's going to finally happen to them? And when?
GEN. CASEY: Last part first. That's more up north. There are -- my last recollection is that there was about 3,000 MEK folks still there at a camp, that we are working their process with the Red Cross. I do not have a timeline of when that process will be completed.
Q: So what will happen to them?
GEN. CASEY: Their ultimate disposition, where they --
Q: Where are they going to go?
GEN. CASEY: Almost every one of them has a different story, so it's a variety of different places.
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