Now that the American Sniper trial is over, we're able to play audio from testimony that helps put the pieces of this tragic case together.
"(Chris's) plans were to go to the games in the morning and then take a quick trip down to meet this veteran that the mother had talked about," Taya Kyle, Chris Kyle's widow, testified on the first day of testimony.
"'All right so we`re shooting pistols.' At the end they`re pretty much saying 'duel, mother F___,' Eddie Ray Routh said in an interview with New Yorker magazine.
"I looked at him and said what the--you gonna shoot, you gonna shoot? He said 'naw I`m good," Routh said, referring to a conversation with Chad Littlefield. "It`s not a spectator sport. You shoot. That was what got me all wired up."
"He did not want to write a book he actively did not want to write it and he put it off for years", Taya Kyle said about her late husband. "People were gonna write it about him and he wanted to make sure he gave other people the credit for the service that they did and the only way to do that was to write it himself."