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Stephenville Texas / Chris Kyle / Eddie Ray Routh / Texas Ranger #1148999

NBC Evening News for Monday, Feb 16, 2015
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The trial resumed today for the man accused of killing American sniper Chris Kyle. The jury has listened to witnesses described the defendant's confession from the stand today. They heard it in his own words. Here's Jacob Rascon in Stephenville Texas for several minutes Eddie Ray Routh doesn't move. The jury hears the nearly hour long recording the media ordered not to broadcast audio when the questioning begins Routh doesn't answer directly rambling about flying pigs and people feeding on his s...
Reporter(s):
Jacob Rascon
Duration:
00:01:39

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