TLDR: Jesse Ventura was alluded in a famous navy seal's book as saying the navy seals 'deserve to lose a few', and Chris Kyle punched this guy. Allegedly. Mr. Ventura says it never happened, now everyone hates him and he can't recover from it, so he's suing the estate. And he won. He said he was in the bar, but never said that stuff and didn't get into a fight.
Do you think Chris Kyle, now deceased, punched the guy in the bar? Was the story made up? Even so.. do you think it's the right thing to do (if his defense is that he cannot recover from the bad publicity) to go after the widow's estate now that the guy is dead? I'm not asking for if what he did was legal--clearly it was. I'm asking moral, subjective questions here. Leave the robot logic at the door plz.