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Navy Seal (Chris Kyle)

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Navy Seal (Chris Kyle)

Noted Navy SEAL Chris Kyle shot, killed at North Texas shooting range | khou.com Houston

RIP and prayers to their families. True American hero.
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    RIP Chris, prayers sent to his family. Will never be forgotton.
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    I am shocked and floor by this news. My thoughts and prayers go out the his family.
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    I am just now reading book.Unreal to survive what he did.Prayers for family
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    What a shame... a hero slain... yes, thoughts go out to the family members.
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    I am shocked and dismayed. What kind of scumbag does this to a hero that has defended his country gallantly . It leaves me to have grave suspicions as to his motivations .
    Terrible . Lots of veterans have some form of stress so do lots of other citizens it does not mean they are all a danger to anyone .
    In fact the statistics prove that Veterans as a whole are one of the most stable and patriotic groups in society . Psychiatrists and Dentists are more unstable than Veterans because of the stressful nature of their work but we don't come down on them .
    What I am hearing about high ranking soldiers being sacked or stood aside for promotion because they would not fire on US citizens is one of the most disturbing things I have heard in a long time in connection with the Military.
    Sure we all gave an oath to protect against all enemies foreign and domestic but the word Enemy is different to Citizen .
    I think the real unsettling thing is why does this even need to be asked of a long serving high ranked officer AT ALL !
    I know I am not a US citizen but my mother was so I feel I have some truck in this. I never liked Obama from the time I saw him bowing to the floor when he met the Saudi royal family but he just shook hands with the Queen .
    My gut just never recoved again after that , it turns every time I see him now.
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    The news left me speechless. This is the loss of an American treasure!
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