Oh, and the headline. Check it out: "Expert Said to Tell Legislators He Was Pressed to Distort Some Evidence." Remember, on the web this shows up directly under a bad-news Iraq story. And remember, the story isn't really about what the headline says. Now, why would the Times do all this? I can see two possibilities:
1) The Times knows less about the media and the effects of story placement and headline content than this dipshit non-professional.
2) The Times knows plenty about content and layout and did this on purpose.
I'll give you two guesses which is more likely.