This is one of the most incomprehensible accounts of a fascinating story ever: So, says the Times, a guy in Texas shoots two guys robbing his neighbor. However! "A police report suggests [the robbers] may have been shot in the back." It... suggests that? And: "a plainclothes officer had pulled up just in time to see [the white neighbor] pointing his shotgun at both men across his front yard, that [one of the robbers] had at one point started to run in a way that took him closer to [the shooter], and that both men 'received gunfire from the rear.'" Leaving aside the entirely unfortunate quote about receiving things from the rear, whaa? Someone printed the phrase "started to run in a way that took him closer"? [NYT]