>They changed it so that the agent just goes into the fetal position, cries for hours, then goes unresponsive to any stimulus until he died.
I'm looking at the earliest revisions of that page, from 2008, and that one has that event right there, as well as one that sounds a little like what you remember.
>E-112: Subject D-1182 exposed to SCP-028. Subject began to cry and went into fetal position, showing signs of high distress. Unresponsive to questioning and outside stimulus for several days. Lapsed into catatonia shortly after stating that “this is not life”. Subject passed into a coma and died shortly thereafter. C.O.D. was attributed to shock.
>E-127: Agent ███████ accidentally exposed to SCP-028. Agent showed signs of sudden surprise and bemusement. When questioned, Agent requested “A moment to gather my thoughts, please”. After several seconds, Agent laughed, shook his head, and removed his service pistol from its holster. Agent then shot and wounded Dr. ████, and killed Agents ████████ and █████, before turning the gun on himself.
The E-127 event was edited in 2016 to say:
>Agent then shot and wounded Dr. ████, and killed Agents ████████ and █████, before being restrained. Post-incident interrogation revealed Agent ███████ had extensive knowledge of classified Foundation activities, and several SCP objects he had not been previously exposed to, including SCP-2669.
>Any Foundation personnel found to have entered SCP-028's area of effect are to be detained indefinitely.
These changes were to flesh the article out with a crosslink to another SCP. Another change was to remove a reference to a now-decomissioned SCP. I don't think that every difference from how you remember old articles can be put down to SJWs meddling with it. In the late 2000s/early 2010s there was this whole 'mass edit' or mass deletion or something like that, that had something to do with migrating all the articles from one wiki to another, which they only wanted to bother doing with good articles. Another thing that affected a lot of artiPost too long. Click here to view the full text.