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Beverly Hills / Clifford Saxon / Chris Kyle / Eddie Ray Routh #1147194

NBC Evening News for Monday, Feb 09, 2015
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A jury has now been seated in a murder trial connected to the hit movie American Sniper. It concerns the death of Chris Kyle a former Navy SEAL whose autobiography inspired the Oscar nominated film Jacob Rascon and has our report tonight from Stephenville Texas. It's hard to find anyone in Erath County Texas who hasn't heard of Chris Kyle. The Wells family lived across the street from him. I kept Chris watching him do the rest your life going gonna be a cowboy terrestrial radio. He goes Now he s...
Reporter(s):
Lester Holt;Jacob Rascon
Duration:
00:01:49

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