We have a positive ID on those shadowy villains who are wreaking havoc.
No, not the guys who hacked Sony Pictures Entertainment. Someone much worse: those who are dividing the Church of England over female bishops.
It's ... Dun-dun-DUNN! ... the Evangelicals!
Yep, those perennial bad guys popped up in a New York Times' news article this week as the hardshell opponents against making the Rev. Libby Lane the first female Anglican bishop.
Much of the story is a bland, benign repackage of an announcement on the church's own website. It says Lane will be an "assistant" to Bishop Peter Forster of Chester. (The actual title is "suffragan," as the church release says.) It has a statement from Lane and tells of her interests in saxophone and crossword puzzles.
Then it morphs into the treasured Times tradition of conflict journalism: