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Jesse Ventura Thought He’d Won Against Chris Kyle’s Widow, Until This Judge Delivered Some...

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In 2014, Jesse Ventura sued the estate of Chris Kyle, or the “American Sniper” as he’s more commonly known, over a passage in Kyle’s book that Ventura believed was defamatory towards him. Ventura won a $1.8 million award, but yesterday an appeals court reversed this and ordered a new trial.

 

This is great news as Ventura has disrespected our veterans several times.

 

I hate to say it but Id be a conscientious objector today. I don’t believe that the military fights for our freedom.

 

— Jesse Ventura (@GovJVentura)

 

 

Kyle is one of the deadliest snipers in US history with a total of 255 confirmed kills.

 

 

The passage in question was about a supposed bar fight between the two of them in 2006 after Ventura reportedly made a negative remark about the Navy SEAL’s.

 

The post Jesse Ventura Thought He’d Won Against Chris Kyle’s Widow, Until This Judge Delivered Some Justice appeared first on Bearing Arms.

 

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