The passage from the best-selling memoir “American Sniper” that sparked former Minnesota Gov. Jesse Ventura’s defamation lawsuit against author Chris Kyle will be removed, publisher HarperCollins said Wednesday.
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.
Jesse Ventura brought his defamation lawsuit before home-state jurors Tuesday in a bid to punish the estate of late “American Sniper” author 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.
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.
The trial for the man accused of murdering America’s deadliest sniper and his friend back is still scheduled to start next month.
The man accused of killing former Navy SEAL sniper Chris Kyle and another man has been indicted.
Widow of Chris Kyle, America’s Deadliest Sniper, Taya Kyle, sits down for a one on one exclusive interview with Doug Dunbar.
Attorneys for former Minnesota Governor Jesse Ventura asked a federal judge to allow his defamation lawsuit against slain “American Sniper” author and former Navy SEAL Chris Kyle to go forward with Kyle’s widow as the defendant.
Even before North Texan and Navy SEAL Chris Kyle was killed at a gun range while trying to help a fellow veteran, sculptor Gregory Marra was already working on a statue that would one day honor him.
Texas lawmakers will likely see a bill in the next legislative session allowing some military veterans to skip most police academy training en route to becoming a sworn police officer.
Days before ex-Navy SEAL Chris Kyle was killed, he had started the process to become a police officer for the Dalworthington Gardens Police Department.