A slain military sniper whose memoir sparked a lawsuit from former Minnesota Governor Jesse Ventura admitted before his death that he removed Ventura’s name from the book because he was afraid of being sued.
A five-hour videotaped deposition from Chris Kyle, who penned the book “American Sniper,” will be the focus of Wednesday’s testimony in a defamation trial surrounding the book, according to Minneapolis CBS station WCCO.
The widow of killed Navy SEAL Chris Kyle will take the witness stand on Tuesday to defend things that her late husband wrote about in his popular “American Sniper” book.
When a man regarded as the deadliest sniper in U.S. history detailed his kills in a bestselling autobiography, he also included details about a 2006 incident in which he says he punched former Minnesota Gov. Jesse Ventura.
A judge is expected to decide what evidence to have tested for DNA ahead of the trial of the man charged with killing famed Navy SEAL sniper Chris Kyle.
A judge is allowing former Minnesota Gov. Jesse Ventura’s defamation lawsuit against the widow of slain “American Sniper” author Chris Kyle to go to trial.
In a Stephenville courtroom on Friday Eddie Routh’s attorneys worked to keep a key piece of evidence from jurors. Routh is the man accused of murdering Navy sniper Chris Kyle and his friend Chad Littlefield at a gun range in Glen Rose last year.
The man accused of killing Navy SEAL Chris Kyle will be back in court on Friday. A judge is expected to decide whether to allow a key piece of evidence in Eddie Ray Routh’s trial.
Chris Kyle’s accused killer appeared in court today for pre-trial motions. His lawyers unsuccessfully argued to have the death penalty removed as an option in this case.
A trip to the gun range one year ago ended in tragedy for Navy sniper Chris Kyle. On Tuesday morning, the man accused to killing Kyle was back in the courtroom.
Former Minnesota Gov. Jesse Ventura contends that he isn’t going after the widow of slain “American Sniper” author Chris Kyle by continuing his defamation lawsuit.
The trial for the man accused of murdering America’s deadliest sniper and his friend back is still scheduled to start next month.