Sure, the accents are different, but the lies are pretty much the same.
Australia 'twisted Iraq intelligence'
A former senior Australian intelligence analyst has accused Canberra of exaggerating the case for going to war in Iraq.
The claim came on the first day of an Australian parliamentary inquiry into the intelligence used by Prime Minister John Howard to justify sending more than 2,000 Australian troops to Iraq.
As in Britain and the United States, there has been public concern in Australia over whether intelligence information, especially that relating to weapons of mass destruction, was manipulated.