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Craft International LLC is a private military company that provides military, law-enforcement, and civilian training, as well as private security and protection. The firm was founded in 2009 by former United States Navy SEAL Chris Kyle. Sniping was Chris Kyle’s primary area of expertise, with over 150 enemy combatants killed during four tours of duty in Iraq, which earned him the nickname ‘The Devil of Ramadi’.

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While American Sniper has been playing on movie screens, a messy sequence of accusations and litigation has played out between key players in the company that Chris Kyle co-founded, Craft International LLC, and his widow, Taya. Final approval on a settlement in bankruptcy court was expected Feb.
Craft International LLC, the Dallas-based consulting and training company founded by the late Navy Seal sniper Chris Kyle, has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection in Dallas. The company reportedly is experiencing problems with funding and an ownership dispute between Kyle's widow, Taya and ...
On December 23, Taya Kyle claimed in documents filed in Dallas County that Steven Young and Bo French are conspiring to “steal” Craft International, the tactical training company her husband helped start with a $1.9 million loan. Kyle and her attorney, Larry Friedman, allege that since Kyle was shot to ...


 

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