Here’s the scenario: After suiting up with diving knives and silenced assault rifles, a team of three Navy SEALs on a submarine prepare to head to shore for a sneak attack. They put on their scuba gear and climb into a vessel that shaped like a torpedo and not much bigger than a shower. Powered […]
He wasn’t impressed: Navy SEAL Marcus Luttrell stood up for Chris Kyle’s widow and publicly bodyslammed Ventura. It’s doubtful that Ventura will learn anything from it, but at least Luttrell put out there in the starkest possible terms...Show More Summary
Former Minnesota Governor Jesse Ventura appeared on CBS This Morning today to defend his victorious lawsuit against the late Navy SEAL Chris Kyle and face criticisms over his decision to keep the suit going after Kyle died, essentially making Kyle's widow the target of his suit.
In the wake of Jesse Ventura’s lawsuit victory over a dead Navy SEAL, the former Minnesota governor is reacting to the verdict. On Tuesday, Ventura won a $1.8 settlement from the estate of Chris Kyle, known as America’s most lethal sniper. As reported in the Inquisitr, Ventura told the court that misleading statements in Kyle’s
Former Minnesota Gov. Jesse Ventura has won a $1.8 million libel suit he filed against famous Navy SEAL sniper Chris Kyle for a claim in Kyle's best-selling book. The jury found that Kyle fabricated a story about punching Ventura inShow More Summary
Glenn Beck really trashed Jesse Ventura on his radio show this morning over his victorious defamation lawsuit against the late Navy SEAL Chris Kyle. Beck was disgusted with Ventura's actions every step of the way and said that no one in this world has done more to defame and tarnish the character of Jesse Ventura than Ventura himself.
Jesse Ventura was awarded $1.8 million in a defamation of character lawsuit against deceased U.S. military sniper and author Chris Kyle. News by Peter Derk Former Governor, Navy SEAL, and pro wrestler Jesse Ventura won a 2-year long defamation of character lawsuit against American Sniper author Chris Kyle. Show More Summary
The estate of Chris Kyle now owes Ventura $1.8 million.[J]urors heard a videotaped deposition from Mr. Kyle, who defended his writings as accurate. The jurors were presented an array of statements Mr. Ventura made on topics like religion and war over many years, and defense lawyers suggested that his reputation was already deeply complicated... Show More Summary
Proving once again that he can do anything, former pro-wrestler, Minnesota governor and balding conspiracy theorist Jesse Ventura won a defamation suit against a dead Navy SEAL Tuesday afternoon, and the dead Navy SEAL's estate now owes Jesse Ventura $1.845 million. Read more...
Former Minnesota Governor Jesse Ventura has won a $1.8 million defamation lawsuit from a slain Navy SEAL sniper. As previously reported by the Inquisitr, Jesse Ventura sued former Navy SEAL sniper Chris Kyle – who was confirmed to have the most confirmed kills by a U.S. military sniper in history – after Kyle allegedly wrote
Mr. Ventura, a former wrestler and Minnesota governor, had sued the estate of Chris Kyle, a former Navy SEAL, saying his book included passages about him that were defamatory.
Don gets this Paul Husen in a three-way phone call to catch him making his claims to a prospective employer. Retired Navy SEAL Senior Chief Don Shipley BUSTS Paul David Husen of Los Angeles. Paul is a Nurse who Doctors his DD-214 to show he was a highly decorated Vietnam Navy SEAL Lieutenant and he […]
This isn't a trailer for the next Tom Clancy movie. These are real U.S. Navy SEALs showing how they get into enemy territory from the sea. They get deployed in a mini-sub launched from a nuclear submarine. Then they get out as they approach the shore at night, ready to complete their mission. Read more...
PBS chief Paula Kerger this morning made a slew of announcements from TCA Summer Press Tour 2014: – Call The Midwife will be back for a fourth season. BBC announced in February it would produce a fourth season of the period drama about ...Show More Summary
When Richard Maracinko, author of several books on the NAVY SEALs, shakes hands, he uses two. The left is to check your pulse to see if you’re nervous meeting him and then he acts accordingly. A famous restaurant owner in New York lets...Show More Summary
(Scott Johnson) Former WWF wrestler and Minnesota Governor Jesse Ventura brought a lawsuit for defamation against Chris Kyle, the Navy SEAL sharpshooter and coauthor of American Sniper: The Autobiography of the Most Lethal Sniper in U.S. Show More Summary
A bar in Coronado, Calif., is at the center of a high-profile civil trial now underway in St. Paul, Minn., involving the state's former governor, Jesse Ventura, and claims made in a book that he was punched by a Navy SEAL.
On Monday, June 16, three FBI agents, several Navy SEALs and approximately 24 Delta Force commandos captured the terrorist most wanted by the Obama administration in a classic snatch-and-grab "rendition" operation in Benghazi, Libya....Show More Summary
Jesse Ventura claims that his career ground to a halt after a book by a former Navy SEAL accused the former Minnesota governor of badmouthing SEALs and then getting knocked out in a barroom brawl. Ventura has filed a defamation lawsuit against the estate of Chris Kyle, the late Navy SEAL who wrote American Sniper:
"Nikita's" Dillon Casey is getting another shot at life on The CW.The actor, who played Navy SEAL Sean Pierce on the spy thriller series until he was killed tragically at the end of Season 3, stars in the CW-Seed-turned-CW-series "Backpackers," which premiered Monday (July 14). Show More Summary