Tactical training company started by ‘American Sniper’ Chris Kyle files for bankruptcy

It’s been months since we checked in on the legal dispute pitting the widow of “American Sniper” Chris Kyle against his former business partners. But as The Wall Street Journal points out, there’s been a twist: Craft International filed for bankruptcy Friday in Dallas.

Court documents say CEO Steven Young and partner Bo French are filing for Chapter 11 reorganization, with a lengthy list of investors owed some $2.6 million. Among the biggest investors: J. Kyle Bass’ Heyman Partners LP (owed $345,481), Roger Staubach ($125,629) and Tom Hicks Jr., who’s owned more than $75,000.

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