I think we can eliminate David Brooks as a suspect

Yesterday the New York Times published an interesting article on the identification of the source of Wikipedia edits through WikiScanner. Toward the end of the story the Times resorts to unusual understatement to describe its own behavior:

The New York Times Company is among those whose employees have made, among hundreds of innocuous changes, a handful of questionable edits. A change to the page on President Bush, for instance, repeated the word

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