They say you can’t even trust your own brother, but can you steal from your own brother? Especially brother who was killed by another brother and who has left behind a wife and 2 kids. Chris Kyle was a U.S. Navy SEAL Sniper who held the world record for the most kills at 160. He was also the author of an award-winning book called “American Sniper.” In his book, one of the many things Kyle talks about is a bar fight which took place in 2006. He got into a fight with a man who he described as Scruff Face. Scruff Face criticized the Iraq War and said that the SEALs “deserved to lose a few.” Later on, Kyle revealed that Scruff Face was actually Navy SEAL turned American Actor Jesse Ventura. When Jesse heard about this, he was outraged. It pissed him off so much that he decided to sue Chris Kyle and continued with the lawsuit even after Kyle was shot dead by a fellow Navy SEAL brother who was suffering from a mental illness. A few days ago, the actor and former governor of Minnesota won the lawsuit. He received a total payout of $1.8 million. Ventura blabbers on and on about him and his brothers. Well the way I see it, Ventura stole from one of his brothers. Ventura, the man who praises himself and his many Navy SEAL brothers, stole. Not only did he steal from a brother, but he stole from a brother who passed away and has left behind a wife and two kids. Quite a brother you are, Jesse Ventura.