Who Is Eddie Ray Routh Wife? Murderer Of Chris Kyle And Chad Littlefield Family Details

  Eddie Ray Routh ( Source : Thesun )

Eddie Ray Routh's then wife-to-be, Jennifer Weed, testified in the court during the defense witnesses' trial in 2015. 

On 2 February 2013, a former Navy SEAL, Chris Kyle, and his friend Chad Littlefield lost their lives near Chalk Mountain, Texas. Eddie Ray, who was just 25 years of age at the time, opened fire and shot them both. 

The case then drew national attention after losing a famous sniper who had an autobiography published in 2012. The shooter was a veteran U.S. Marina Corps from Lancaster, Texas, at the time. 

Soon after, the case caught the public attention; people started following up on his trial and background. The jury found him guilty on 24 February 2015 and sentenced him to prison. 

Who Is Eddie Ray Routh Wife? 

Eddie Ray Routh, then wife-to-be Jennifer Weed opened up that she had said yes to him for marrying the night before the incident. She was one of his close ones to testify in court as a defense witness in 2015. 

During the time, she opened up about her relationship with Eddie and how unstable it was. Besides Jennifer, there are no records of him having a wife at present. 

Weed mentioned at the time that the couple was having arguments in the morning after she agreed to marry the night and nearly broke up. She also opened up that they met each other on the dating site. 

During their relationship, she stated that she found him goofy and funny at the same time. After the trial and the conviction, Jennifer seems to be living a low-profile life, staying out of the media. 

Moreover, it seems like the couple has broken up at present-day or so; since there has been no update on Eddie's relationship. 

Murderer Eddie Ray Routh On Wikipedia 

Wikipedia has featured Eddie Ray Routh on the page "Murders of Chris Kyle and Chad Littlefield." He was a 25-years-old U.S Marine Corps veteran at the time when two lives were lost. 

Moreover, he had been facing post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) from his time in the military and had been visiting mental hospitals often for two years, getting diagnosed with schizophrenia. 

At the time, Kyle and Littlefield made an effort to help Routh with his PTSD by taking him to the gun range. Unfortunately, they both lost their lives, with Kyle getting shot six times and Littlefield seven times. 

After spending four months in prison, Eddie opened to Gene Cole, former Erath County Sheriff's Deputy, "I was just riding in the back seat of the truck, and nobody would talk to me."

"They were just taking me to the range, so I shot them. I feel bad about it, but they wouldn't talk to me. I'm sure they've forgiven me."

Where Is Eddie Ray Routh Family Today? His Children 

Eddie Ray Routh's family has maintained their privacy today after they gave their trial before. He does not seem to have children now or then. 

Nevertheless, his mother, Jodi Routh, mentioned during the trial that her son was "suicidal and paranoid."

During his Marines, he served in Iraq and later went to an earthquake-ravaged Haiti mission in 2010; since then, he changed, she told. 

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