1987, Pretoria. Four young black men have just been arrested for a horrific string of political murders. There's no doubt that they're guilty of everything they're accused of - and more. But in a society riven by brutal repression and racial tensions, are they assassins or freedom fighters? Peter Harris is the lawyer called upon to defend them and, as he constructs his case to save them from the death penalty, he comes to understand the violence they encountered growing up in the townships and the chain of events that led them to join the ANC, undergo training at Zuma's camps in Angola, and return to their homeland to execute some of the apartheid regime's most notorious figures.
A political and scientific expose written by the defector once responsible for Iraq's clandestine weapons programme. He claims that Iraq already has biological weapons and is capable of completing a nuclear weapon within months if international sanctions are lifted. In 1994, after 20 years in Iraq's energy and weapons programme, Hamza escaped to warn the CIA of Saddam's nuclear progress - only to be turned away at first.