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    Quote Originally Posted by Eupher View Post
    I read Kyle's book, and from what I recall, there was no "duking it out" when Ventura -- in a roomful of SEALs all of whom were there to pay homage to a fallen SEAL -- started running his cockholster in the manner already described.

    Kyle asked him once to cease and desist and when Ventura insisted on showing his ass, Kyle decked him.

    One punch. One ex-governor.

    Kyle left the bar immediately and was not arrested for assault.
    Well, once it gets to court, I'm sure there will be plenty of witnesses who recall that they weren't looking somewhere else after all when it went down, which probably won't turn out too well for Pussy Ventura.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Apocalypse View Post
    A judge has ruled that Jesse Ventura's lawsuit vs. murdered Navy SEAL Chris Kyle can proceed with the war hero's widow as a substitute defendant --


    http://tinyurl.com/m9k2pnb

    Why was this even allowed?

    Since when can you sue the widow of a dead person for something the dead person did?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Elspeth View Post
    Why was this even allowed?

    Since when can you sue the widow of a dead person for something the dead person did?
    My guess, and I'm no Nadin here. Its a suit against he's now estate. And again, no Nadin here, its a defamation of character.

    Ventura got his ass handed to him in one punch. Kyle said he was K.O.ed as a result, Ventura has been pissed about that claim being ex-Marine?? Saying he was never K.O.ed. Wanting that Manly image maintained.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Elspeth View Post
    Why was this even allowed?

    Since when can you sue the widow of a dead person for something the dead person did?
    Well, as I read the article, it's basically a legal thing. Kyle's wife is executor and recipient of the proceeds of his estate, and as his estate is still earning substantial sums of money because of the books that Kyle wrote, Ventura believes he's been wronged in Kyle's book and is seeking damages.

    In other words, he wants to cash in on a dead man's money. Kyle's wife to Ventura is nothing more than a speed bump, and the judge agrees.

    DAT mentioned elsewhere, and I agree with him that when the trial hits, all sorts of eyewitnesses are going to appear in court that will say that Ventura was acting like a drunken ass (which he was), was disrespectful to the fallen SEAL and to the family of the SEAL, and completely failed to understand that he was in the company of warriors who didn't give a flying fuck what Ventura did in the past, the only thing that mattered was the here and now.

    And got knocked on his ass for his complete and total failure to adhere to a simple modicum of decency and common sense.
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    Yup... it's an estate sale, as far as that dick head is concerned... But really, what more do you expect from a "pro" wrestler?
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