The article will describe a bacterial infection that targets the human brain, making people extremely adverse to performing acts of violence against other human beings. Stage 2 of the disease would make subjects horrified by the idea of committing violence against any living beings, even bacteria, to the point where they will not move, eat, or drink until they die.
A special addendum that will be marked as requiring high level security clearance will reveal that there is no stage 2, and in fact researchers can find no downside to the infection at all. It not only prevents malicious violence, but encourages altruism, removes prejudice, and basically makes anyone infected with it into a kind, caring, law-abiding citizen. However, it must still be contained, because it is anomalous and might have unforeseen consequences. There will be a log of a researcher who tried to release it into the general population but was terminated by the Foundation. He could have an interview log, or a note he wrote, saying how it's wrong not to use this thing to bring about world peace, and everyone who dies from wars, violent crime, etc. is dead because of the Foundation not using this. Not every anomaly should be contained.
It's then said that everyone who knows the true nature of this SCP has to undergo regular psychological tests to make sure they don't start to think like the researcher who wanted to release it.
Basically my overall idea is an SCP that would apparently be a great benefit to mankind, but the Foundation has to contain it anyway, because that's what they do. The horror comes from the fact that violence, war, and crime could be easily eliminated, but the people who could do so deliberately choose not to.
Is this idea promising?