WASHINGTON – The Supreme Court has turned away former Minnesota Gov. Jesse Ventura’s sick attempt for reinstatement of a $1.8 million verdict in his defamation case against the estate of slain Navy SEAL and “American Sniper” author Chris Kyle and his family.
This is great news!
The justices didn’t comment in leaving intact a decision by the 8th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals to upend the verdict.
Kyle’s autobiography was the basis for the 2014 film “American Sniper.” Ventura, a former SEAL, took issue with Kyle’s claim that Kyle punched Ventura at a California bar in 2006 for offensive comments about the SEALs.
So Ventura decided to capitalize on our fallen hero by suing, which would take away millions from Kyle’s wife and children.
Ventura said Kyle made up the entire incident and that the book damaged Ventura’s reputation among former SEALs.
Dude, the SEAL’s don’t give a rat’s ass about you.
A jury had sided with Ventura.
The case could return to Minnesota for a new trial.
Keep tormenting the family dude.
Get over it you money grubbing bastard.
TOGETHER WE WILL MAKE AMERICA GREAT AGAIN!
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