Iraqi officials complied and produced an 11,800-page report on Iraq's weapons
programs. The report described all the chemical and biological weapons the country once had — where they came from and
what was done with them — as well as what had happened to Iraq's nuclear weapons program.
Although the report was prepared for the United Nations, U.S. officials intercepted
the report, edited out 8,000 pages (over two thirds) of it, and delivered its Reader's Digest version of the report to the