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Both Cramer and Dearinger said the items they're now selling were declared and cleared by U.S. Customs upon their return home.
"They didn't say anything bad about taking the rugs home, or artifacts. They considered them war trophies," Dearinger said.
But Cmdr. Dan Gage, a spokesman for U.S. Central Command, said soldiers are not allowed to bring back "war trophies" -- only legally purchased souvenirs.
Soldiers put Iraq 'war trophies' on eBay