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This case has been in the news quite a bit. Apparently there have been
sides against Jesse Ventura for winning the case, taken in the "Court
of Public Opinion" as Gayle from CBS This Morning, asks him.

Jesse Ventura sued the wife of a Navy Seal who had written a book about
a bar brawl but left out the name of the person in the bar brawl that he beat
up. In interviews about the book, the Navy Seal (Chris Kyle) was asked who
the person in the bar brawl was, that he knocked out. Chris Kyle said it was
Jesse Ventura.

Jesse Ventura said it was not him and that he has pictures with Chris Kyle
the next day and there is not a mark on him. He also says he takes blood
thinners and if he had even a slight cut on him, he would have bled out very
badly.

Ventura also noted that in the trial, they could not come up with one single
person that witnessed the bar brawl that Chris Kyle eluded to.

The CBS reporters jumped on him saying that since Ventura won the case,
the money will come out of the widow's estate, and they asked him what he
would do with the money. Jesse Ventura, who was also a Navy Seal, said
he was going to pay his legal fees with the money.

Did Jesse Ventura do the right thing by suing to correct the lies associated
with his name?

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