I certainly wanna check this out. A historic hoax: Iraq War intelligence failures. This time on NOW. How could the evidence used to make the case for war with Iraq have been so wrong? In this rebroadcast of a stunning February 2006 NOW on PBS report, an administration insider who helped craft Secretary of State Colin Powell's landmark argument for war, which was presented to the United Nations, claims he unwittingly "participated in a hoax." On Friday, December 22, 2006 at 8:30 p.m. on PBS (check local listings), NOW reports on the serious doubts that existed about the key evidence being used by the American government at the very time Powell's speech was being planned and delivered. "I recall vividly the Secretary of State walking into my office," Lawrence Wilkerson told NOW. "And he said, looking out the window, just musing, 'I wonder what we'll do if we put half a million troops on the ground in Iraq ... and don't find a single weapon of mass destruction?'" Note: Starting this Friday, the NOW website at www.pbs.org/now will include excerpts from the Iraq Study Group report. Also find a web-exclusive interview between Maria Hinojosa and film critic Elvis Mitchell on his favorite films and flops of 2006.