Craft International, the bankrupt provider of combative training courses founded by deceased former Navy Seal Chris Kyle, may sue to reap royalties from the American hero's autobiography "American ... more 
Craft International, the bankrupt provider of combative training courses founded by deceased former Navy Seal Chris Kyle, may sue to reap royalties from the American hero's autobiography "American Sniper," as well as a movie based on the material. The potential for litigation comes as the movie, directed by Clint Eastwood and starring Bradley Cooper, is slated for December release. Craft, now controlled by Kyle's former business partners Steven Young and Bo French, has been embroiled in a legal battle with Kyle's widow Taya Kyle. Kyle, called the most lethal sniper in U.S. history, was shot by a fellow veteran while at a shooting range. Kyle was attempting to help the shooter, who had served in the Iraq war, with post-traumatic stress disorder. less 
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