When we heard that we’d be seeing the scene of a biker gang shootout, most of us probably assumed that the footage would be in black and white. But the Texas shootout was in living color and broad daylight. And, as the LA Times reports, “By the time it was over, the parking lot at the Twin Peaks restaurant was strewn with shell casings, puddles of blood, bullet-riddled cars and abandoned motorcycles. Nine people were dead, 18 injured and more than 170 arrested on suspicion of engaging in organized crime.”

+ FiveThirtyEight: How big a problem are outlaw motorcycle gangs?

+ Slate: A former informant describes the violent and sartorially complicated world of biker gangs.

+ And from Vox: Media coverage of gang violence sure looks different when the perpetrators are white.