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Deadliest sniper in U.S. military history is 'shot and killed point-blank by veteran suffering from PTSD' at Texas gun range

 
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Deadliest sniper in U.S. military history is 'shot and killed point-blank by veteran suffering from PTSD' at Texas gun range
A former Navy Seal, expert sniper and best-selling author was reportedly gunned down at a Texas shooting range Saturday by a veteran who is recovering from post-traumatic stress syndrome.

Ex-Navy Seal Chris Kyle, 39, and another man were shot point-blank around 3:30 p.m. at a charity event on behalf of Kyle's security firm at the gun range at Rough Creek Lodge and Resort in Erath County.

The suspect, 25-year-old Eddie Ray Routh, was arrested roughly five hours later in Lancaster, Texas after a police chase. He was driving Kyle's truck at the time of the arrest, police said.



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(I wonder what this guy knew...and what he was killed for)
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It's now estimated by the feds that on average 22 veterans a day commit suicide in the U.S.
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Oh man this is ironic karmas a bitch isn't it?
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Why not try doing a thread search first? There's already several thread related to this...
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It's now estimated by the feds that on average 22 veterans a day commit suicide in the U.S.
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He didn't commit suicide you're comprehension skills are off the charts.
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It's now estimated by the feds that on average 22 veterans a day commit suicide in the U.S.
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He didn't commit suicide you're comprehension skills are off the charts.
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I was what's know as EXTRAPOLATING ... i.e. furthering the discussion regarding the serious issue of mental health and veterans; at least combat vets.
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They call it PTSD, but there is more to it than that.

When the person blindly follows orders, and commits acts that are against his conscience, he imprisons himself to a terrible pain.

Having murdered someone, broken the commandment of the heart, whether state sponsored or not, on the battlefield or in their ignorance "for the good of the country", they committed a crime against their soul. The outcome is misery.

Do yourself a favor and never join the army. It has been written "Thou shalt not kill" for a reason. Your life will lose purpose if you do. These are facts.

But, oh how pride deceives men. They think they are doing good, subconsciously enjoy wearing a uniform, holding a gun (power), the prospects of medals, and more pride from family and friends, and a twisted sense of idolatry to an entity that says kill. In the name of what? A country! They think honor and pride is the same when in fact they are opposite.

You either honor God, or you make the Devil proud. Your choice!
You are all still asleep. Being informed of the political, global deceit, lies and propaganda and knowing who really runs the world is NOT being awake. You are all still ASLEEP.
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Kyle's "security" firm? Where was his security? Fine... take all guns from vets who claim ptsd and get a mental disability check for it. Sucks... but maybe we don't need mentally deficient vets with guns?
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can we get a pin this is HUGE


will fuel gun debate for sure. Since ranges are typically a safe place to be around firearms
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Karma is a bitch when you're an insane mass murderer.

He could have shoot us all if the military told him to do.

I hate these coward f:ers. (snipers)
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wonder if the killer will claim he doesn't remember a thing???
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Kyle's "security" firm? Where was his security?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 24836722

Nothing makes anyone impervious to attack, especially not from a surprise attack.




Karma is a bitch when you're an insane mass murderer.

He could have shoot us all if the military told him to do.

I hate these coward f:ers. (snipers)
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 26985611

Do you hate the famous Swedish snipers as well?
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live by the sword die by the sword
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Re: Deadliest sniper in U.S. military history is 'shot and killed point-blank by veteran suffering from PTSD' at Texas gun range
They call it PTSD, but there is more to it than that.

When the person blindly follows orders, and commits acts that are against his conscience, he imprisons himself to a terrible pain.

Having murdered someone, broken the commandment of the heart, whether state sponsored or not, on the battlefield or in their ignorance "for the good of the country", they committed a crime against their soul. The outcome is misery.

Do yourself a favor and never join the army. It has been written "Thou shalt not kill" for a reason. Your life will lose purpose if you do. These are facts.

But, oh how pride deceives men. They think they are doing good, subconsciously enjoy wearing a uniform, holding a gun (power), the prospects of medals, and more pride from family and friends, and a twisted sense of idolatry to an entity that says kill. In the name of what? A country! They think honor and pride is the same when in fact they are opposite.

You either honor God, or you make the Devil proud. Your choice!
 Quoting: Fooled


well said


unwitting pawns they are
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Oh man this is ironic karmas a bitch isn't it?
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Interesting point. He never saw it coming either....
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Re: Deadliest sniper in U.S. military history is 'shot and killed point-blank by veteran suffering from PTSD' at Texas gun range
Why not try doing a thread search first? There's already several thread related to this...
 Quoting: rainlover



I did, didn't find any....chill

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