Five fellow Navy SEALs, and the mothers of two of their fallen comrades, are backing the story of former SEAL sniper Chris Kyle, who says former Minnesota Gov. Jesse Ventura was bad-mouthing SEALs six years ago in a Coronado, Calif. bar. Kyle claims he punched Ventura. Ventura sued, denying he prompted a fight with boorish behavior. Kyle's lawyer filed a motion Tuesday to dismiss two of the three counts as legally deficient. One witness said, "He was saying the wrong things in the wrong place at the wrong time. In my opinion, he was being as anti-American as you can possibly get."
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Jesse Ventura fires back at SEAL's bar fight allegation
Former Minnesota Gov. Jesse Ventura has fighting words for a former Navy SEAL in a new court document that stems from an incident in a California bar six years ago. The former SEAL Chris Kyle says Ventura was insulting and deserved the punch Kyle gave him. Ventura sued Kyle for defamation, saying he has the story all wrong – a "complete fabrication" and "a vicious, deliberate and calculated assault on his character, honor and reputation," Ventura's new filing says.
Navy SEAL on radio show claims he once slugged Jesse Ventura in the face
A Navy SEAL on the Opie and Anthony XM radio show says he was at a bar attending a wake for a fallen colleague when he ran into Jesse Ventura. Sharpshooter Chris Kyle claims he clocked Ventura in the face after the former governor told him the SEALs "deserved to lose a few guys."
Jesse Ventura files lawsuit against Navy SEAL for libel
The former Minnesota governor is suing Chris Kyle for defamation and falsifying a story to sell books. Kyle recently published a memoir and in the book he claims he punched someone named "ScruffFace" during a bar fight. While publicizing his memoir, he claimed "ScruffFace" is Ventura.
Ventura releases provocative new book
Just in time for the 2012 election campaign, bombastic former Minnesota governor Jesse Ventura has released a new book, “DemoCRIPS and ReBLOODlicans: No More Gangs in Government.” It’s a vintage Ventura take on what he says is America’s corrupt two-party system of government, calling out political party “thugs in Brooks Brothers suits.”
Jesse Ventura: Paul/Ventura 2012 ticket would create 'unbelievable excitement'
The former governor says he would run on the same ticket with Republican Rep. Ron Paul if he went for the Libertarian ticket in 2012. Ventura says the Paul/Ventura ticket would create 'unbelievable excitement' in the presidential race.
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