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Sunday, February 3, 2013

Chris Kyle, Author of "American Sniper," Murdered by Eddie Ray Routh

From the Chicago Tribune:
Chris Kyle, the former U.S. Navy SEAL sniper who was responsible for 160 kills during his career as U.S. Navy SEAL sniper, was shot and killed with another man at a gun range on Saturday, the co-author of Kyle's book said.

A suspect, identified as Eddie Ray Routh, was arrested, according to reports.

Kyle, who wrote "American Sniper" about his military service from 1999 to 2009, and another man were found dead at the Rough Creek Lodge's shooting range Saturday, according to the Fort Worth Star-Telegram, quoting Erath County Sheriff Tommy Bryant. The second victim was not identified.

"It just comes as a shock and it's staggering to think that after all Chris has been through, that this is how he meets his end, because there are so many ways he could have been killed" in Iraq, said Scott McEwen, who wrote the book with Kyle.
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11 comments:

  1. this mans punishment should be delivered by Chris Kyles seal brothers

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  2. This wouldn't have happened if everyone on the firerange had the right to bear arms.
    NRA.

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    1. The NRA never claimed there would never be a murder again. And actually (as of now) we do have the right to bear arms. I can promise you this....if there were more people at the range the time of the shooting, there would not be a high number dead.

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    2. No you idiot, had there been more people there would be not 2, but 20 people dead. Another victim or NRAism.

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  3. I bet this nut job is a so called "peace activist"

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  4. PTSD is the really disease. In some cases, it is connected with halucinations and doing weird things (f.ex. to suspect our friends for doing bad to us). It's very sad story. I hope we will have in future better medical care and our veterans will be cured in best way. RIP Mr Kyle. (Sorry for my English. I write from Poland. Cpr. from Poland).

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  5. Eddie Routh was a marine. Chris Kyle was a marine. The US Government exploits the word "Freedom" and injects the poison and when the dust settles in the end, the US GOVERNMENT is always left standing and the sheep are always sacrificed. Thats from Henry Kissinger ...

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    1. Chris Kyle was not a Marine. He was a sailor from SEAL Team 3.

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  6. I don't know much about PTSD, but what ever the case he had the frame of mind to get the hell out of there.

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  7. What do Eddie Ray Routh and Adam Lanza have in common. Here's a hint, it's not Kevin Bacon. Isn't it interesting how famous people can say things like the World Trade Center was blown up with explosives, not from the jumbo jet loaded with fuel. But noone is coming out with the simple observations. Chris Kyle was on the kill list of the arguably richest terrorist religious organization in the world, and Adam Lanza performed acts which seemingly may result in benefiting extremist U.S. radicals and Mao inpired foreign strategists. Just saying. Is anyone going to actually care about seeking the truth?

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