The interview took three hours but CNN's reporter didn't answer any of these questions, so there's still some mystery. But there was a proverbial historical boilerplate Bush-bashing section:
No biological weapons, no germ labs, no weapons of mass destruction of any kind were found in Iraq after the invasion.Except those 500-odd Sarin and Mustard shells. As we all know, they don't officially count. Interestingly, Curveball claims he alone wasn't responsible for the intelligence (says there were others besides himself), which seems askew to this account from former weapons inspector David Kay, who is still blaming the Germans.
Oh well, this will surely be cleared up once and for all in Oliver Stone's delightful new biography of sitting president W Bush. Or maybe on the Daily Show.