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US Marine Questions Narrative Behind Chris Kyle Murder

US Marine Questions Narrative Behind Chris Kyle Murder

Doubts alleged killer Eddie Ray Routh suffered from PTSD
Paul Joseph Watson
February 5, 2013

An active duty US Marine has contacted Infowars to express doubts about the narrative behind the death of former Navy SEAL Chris Kyle, alleging that the man charged with his murder, Eddie Ray Routh, may not have suffered from Post Traumatic Stress Disorder.

38-year-old Kyle, New York Times bestselling author of American Sniper, was credited with the most sniper kills in U.S. military history. He was shot at point blank range by Routh at a shooting range in Texas on Saturday, authorities say. Kyle’s 35-year-old friend Chad Littlefield was also shot dead.

The two men had apparently been helping Routh work through Post Traumatic Stress Disorder PTSD and after his arrest, “Routh told authorities he was a Marine veteran,” reports CBS News.

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"Chris Kyle was emerging as a prominent critic of the Obama administration’s gun control agenda and had begun running programs focused around putting armed security guards in schools as well as training teachers with firearms.

In an interview conducted weeks before his death, the former Navy Seal warned that the White House’s attempt to ban semi-automatic rifles was “just opening the door so you can start taking more of our rights.”"

Wouldn't surprise me one bit if the military's "poster boy-turned Obama critic" was targeted as a way to further the gun-control agenda, specifically against our vets and those labeled with mental disorders. The government probably thought that since he no longer serves the government's purpose, he may be more useful to the government dead than as an outspoken advocate against gun control and individual rights. Definitely something to consider given our government's checkered past.