Amazingly, there's a blog at which World Bank insiders discuss the Wolfowitz scandal and share juicy gossip about possibly forged emails and the like. It's currently called World Bank President – Scrutinising Paul Wolfowitz, outgoing World Bank president.
Founded in January 2005, when former World Bank president James Wolfensohn announced he would be retiring, the original mission of the blog was to “shine a light on the medieval process for choosing the head of this very powerful institution.” In particular, the author(s) were unhappy about the ability of the US government to pick the Bank's President. Then they were unhappy with what they got. Then they went on hiatus.
Now they're back, with a new name.