Chris Kyle is the Navy Seal, who for some reason, wrote about an encounter he had with Jesse Ventura, and decided to talk about it, around the time that Jesse Ventura was coming out against the official story of 9/11.
Jesse Ventura, said the encounter (where he was punched out by Chris Kyle), wasn't true. He said he had never met Chris Kyle.
If the encounter never happened, and Chris Kyle used the fake story to shift attention away from Jesse Ventura coming out against the official 9/11 story, then Chris Kyle is a tool at best.
In a more bizarre turn of events, Chris Kyle was shot and killed by a friend at a firing range before the Jesse ventura/Chris kyle case could goto court.
I'm sure Speilberg will handle the death of Kyle as respectfully as he did with Lincoln.
With regard to the Ventura lawsuit... if it is that troublesome to his reputation that someone wrote he was punched for being disrespectful in a bar, and that somehow this is preventing him from sleeping at night, OR if he is adamant that this, contrary to those "witness reports," simply did not happen, then by all means pursue the case.
This situation is just annoying... I don't know how else to describe it.