There is only one important defector from Iraq who has lived to tell his story, his name is Khidir Hamza. He spent 20 years developing Iraq's atomic weapons program. Based on a book he co-authored, 'Saddam's Bombmaker', this program will tell the story of a man who not only knows about Iraq's weapons program, but was in Saddam Hussein's trusted inner-circle. In the book, he paints an unprecedented portrait of Hussein - his drunken rages, his women, his cold-blooded murder of underlings, and his unrivaled power. Hamza also tells of his harrowing escape across three continents and his first encounter with skeptical CIA agents.