A veterans group is getting close to dropping a bombshell on the murder case of renowned Navy SEAL Chis Kyle and his alleged assassin, Eddie Ray Routh.
Routh was apprehended for killing “American Sniper” author Chris Kyle and his friend Chad Littlefield at a shooting range in Fort Worth, Texas two years ago.
It’s been widely reported that Routh had been suffering from post-traumatic-stress-disorder, even though growing evidence suggests that he had not seen warfare firsthand.
The Warfighter Foundation has been investigating the case and took to social media to expose what they believe to be the truth about Routh:
Okay, time to put an end to this whole discussion that Eddie Routh suffered from PTSD. For those of you who do not know, Eddie Routh is the murderer of US Navy SEAL Chris Kyle.
Eddie Routh served one tour in Iraq in 2007, at Balad Air Base (the 2nd largest U.S. installation in Iraq), with no significant events. No combat experience. Let me say that again, he NEVER SAW COMBAT or any aspect of traumatic events associated with a combat deployment (i.e. incoming mortar or rocket fire). He never left the base, EVER.
He held a non-combat arms occupation of 2111 (Small Arms Repairer/ Technician or more commonly referred to as an Armorer). Balad Air Base had a Pizza Hut, 24 hour Buger King, Subway, Popeye’s, Baskin Robbins, movie theater, and even a miniature golf course. It even had a strictly enforced 10 mile per hour speed limit! What a dangerous place…
His tour was comparable to being on a base in southern California, only with MANY more luxuries that were catered to the morale and welfare of the troops who occupied it. He was known to be a drug user and a below average performer while in the Marine Corps.
This has NOTHING to do with PTSD. He was an individual with psychological problems that were not associated with his service. So don’t give me that bleeding heart bullshit that he was a veteran suffering from PTSD.
Spencer Walker, board president of The Warfighter Foundation, and Marine combat veteran told The Blaze, that their military sources have confirmed that Routh never saw battle, or experienced any distressing situations while serving overseas.
“Basically, we are trying to conclude what led up over the course of [Routh’s] military service that led to Feb. 2, 2013. None of us believe it was PTSD.” Walker said.
It’s been reported that Kyle was taking on a mentoring role to Routh, before he was shot in cold blood.
With Routh set to stand trial next week in Stephenville, Texas, the Warfighter Foundation continues to investigate and will leave no stone unturned to find justice for the murder of their friends Chris Kyle and Chad Littlefield.
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