In 1999, an Iraqi citizen traveled to German seeking to escape the regime of Saddam Hussein. He claimed to have knowledge of the dictator’s WMD programs. In reality, he was just a cab driver whose lies were the basis of the Administration’s drive to war. The real story behind the man code named ‘Curveball’ and how he helped cause a war.


  • Bob Drogin A national security correspondent for the Los Angeles Times. He has won the Robert F. Kennedy Journalism Award, The George Polk Award, and the Pulitzer Prize.

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