Tuesday, February 5, 2013
Chris Kyle Seal Team 3 Sniper, Murdered
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.”
(Kyle's death doesn't smell right. I think it was a setup. Andrew Breitbart's death story didn't smell right either. He also was speaking out against obama just before he died. America wake up. Obama is a chicago thug.) Story Reports
Chris Kyle, Former Seal Team 3 Sniper, Murdered
Chris Kyle, the most lethal sniper in US history with 160 confirmed kills, was murdered last night at a gun range in Texas. Eddie Ray Routh, 25, has been charged with the murder of Chris Kyle and Chad Littlefield.
Kyle survived being shot twice during his tours of duty, he survived a number of IED explosions and he survived an $80,000 bounty on his head, but he was killed in his home state by a 25 year old.
Kyle leaves behind a wife and two children. My thoughts and prayers are with them today.
(This story doesn't smell right to me. I don't know what really happened but I can't see Kyle leaving himself defenseless. It seems one waco story after another is popping up to pursuade the public to let the government disarm America. This story seems like a another setup false flag to me.) Story Reports
US Marine Questions Narrative Behind Chris Kyle Murder
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.
However, an active duty Marine has doubts about Routh’s story, telling us that he never saw combat and therefore is unlikely to have suffered from PTSD.
The Marine, who was stationed in the same barracks as Routh in 2007 at Camp Lejeune, N.C, wished to remain anonymous but sent us his military credentials as well as an unpublished photo of Routh in his military fatigues. We were also able to verify that the email was sent from a legitimate .mil email address.
“After seeing this picture I just remembered this guy lived in the same barracks as me in 2007 in Camp Lejeune, N.C., he was definitely NOT a highly trained Marine he was a mechanic in for only about 4 years,” said the Marine.
“My friend deployed to Iraq with Eddie Routh and this guy never even went outside the wire, so the PTSD from combat as the news is saying is unlikely, and this guy was no highly trained Marine as they are also saying in the news,” he added.
The Marine also told us that Routh “was into drugs.”
“I’m sure this will all come out eventually. Please do not release my name, I am an active duty Marine and I don’t need the attention,” he concluded.
If Routh’s problems with PTSD were not genuine, he wouldn’t have had the justification to be under Kyle’s wing, suggesting he may have embellished the issue in order to gain Kyle’s trust before shooting him.
According to reports, Routh was taken to a mental hospital on two separate occasions in the months leading up to the murder. Authorities are yet to establish a motive for the crime.