Gee, when did "guy" so used become part of formal written English? When was it a good idea to start a new paragraph with a floating "they?" Shouldn't the accused have been taken to trial for his crimes rather than in them?
I'm pleased a bad guy -- whoops, a bad man -- is behind bars; but between pontificating, newspaper editors used to edit, or at least boss around people who edited. Reporters quickly learned precisely and to what degree they could molest the language. I suppose "however you'd like" is a limit, too. Sort of.
* [Typo mine] log-in-eye syndrome. Arrgh.