Chris Kyle Killed

Chris Kyle, Navy SEAL Famous Navy SEAL Killed

Chris Kyle, Navy SEAL sniper and author of “American Sniper,” was shot and killed along with another man at a gun range in Glen Rose, Texas.  The Sheriff said witnesses saw a man open fire around 3:30 Saturday afternoon, and then flee in a truck that belonged to one of the victims.  The name of the second man is unknown.

Kyle claimed he killed at least 150 insurgents as a sniper between 1999 and 2009. No motive is known for the shooting.

A 25-year-old man has been arrested in Lancaster, a town southeast of Dallas.  Authorities say they expect charges to be filed against him.

Kyle was being sued by former Minnesota governor Jesse Ventura.  In his book, Kyle claimed to have punched Ventura in a bar fight over unpatriotic remarks.  Ventura said the fight never happened.  The judge told both sides to be ready for a trial by August.

James Turnage

Columnist-The Guardian Express

One Response to "Chris Kyle Killed"

  1. ColdHarshReality   February 3, 2013 at 10:45 am

    Although 9-11 was the pretext used to enter Iraq, Iraq had absolutely nothing to do with 9-11. That’s common knowledge now. Iraq didn’t even have WMDs.

    So this guy shot over 150 completely justified Iraqi patriots consisting of men, women, and children who were doing nothing more than protecting their homeland from a foreign invader who had no legitimate right to be there. They were no more terrorists than your mother would be trying to throw a grenade at a hostile UN or Chinese invader after they had gunned you down in the streets like a dog, and then made jokes about it.

    When the government comes to take away your guns, they’ll use these same mercenaries who swore to uphold the Constitution against any enemies, foreign or domestic; just like they did in New Orleans. Like it or not, there hasn’t been a real war, or soldier, since WWII. Just illegal money & power grabs using unwitting mercenaries.

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