11 February, 2015

A nation allegedly filled with Christians under God, tosses out all of Jesus Christ's teachings when it comes to a family member death through violence.

As a former certified clinical therapist, that work in the mental health field, that included crisis intervention, and profiling; I think a lay person can visually see the pain in Kyle's face that is deep within the dark abyss of his mind and soul from his traumatic unnatural human experiences in combat. I'm sure that like all true experienced veterans of  combat, they do not share with their loved ones. And those you hear sharing blood and gut stories at the bars most likely never was near it.

As a tragic example is the death of Christopher Scott "Chris" Kyle (April 8, 1974 – February 2, 2013) was a United States Navy SEAL and the most lethal sniper in U.S. military history with 160 confirmed kills. Kyle served four tours in the Iraq WarChris" Kyle never considered himself a hero for 160 confirmed kills. But our government needs to label heroes, to justify wars that we created under complete lies.
American's has to have Heroes to justify the Death, and avoid the responsibility for their voting in Congress members in office and the president United States  that endorse unjustified military intervention that kills and cripples so many American's, and the hundreds of thousands of innocent civilians because of our aggressive goals to accumulate global power and resources.
On February 2, 2013, Kyle and a companion, Chad Littlefield, were shot and killed at the Rough Creek Ranch-Lodge-Resort shooting range in Erath County, Texas.[36] The suspected shooter was a 25-year-old U.S. Marine Corps veteran,[37] Eddie Ray Routh, whom Kyle and Littlefield had reportedly taken to the gun range in an effort to help him with what they were told by his mother was posttraumatic stress disorder.[38][39
His wife Taya Kyle, was natural devastated at the loss of her husband's life by a Marine Veteran that he wanted to help, after Chris" Kyle  had served four tours in Iraq. I read where Taya Kyle told reporters her not accepting
Eddie Ray Routh, that killed ( I will not say alleged to kill. Since he has been found guilty by all America except his mother) her husband defense of having 

Post Traumatic stress disorder. 

If it had been Chris" Kyle that had shot and killed an innocent American Veteran; and was suffer from 

Post Traumatic stress disorder, then I assure you that his wife Taya Kyle would    Be more accepting of the diagnoses Post Traumatic stress disorder as a cause for such an insane act toward humanity.

American's talk about wanting justice, however their hearts scream for revenge. Mental illness, and disorders, are non-acceptable  when a crime is committed by person's with such mental disorders.
Little has change in America in regards to convicting people with mental disorder going back to burning witches alive, or drowning them. 
I do believe that righteous judgment will come to all by the "ONE" that knows what's in our hearts.

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