Sad that when someone tries to do good something bad happens. We can all learn something from this. On Friday, in Midlothian, Texas the relatives of the man killed alongside a former Navy SEAL sniper at a Texas shooting range said that he was trying to help his friend who was a troubled war veteran and the outing was for “therapeutic purposes.” Hundreds turned out for Chad Littlefield’s service who was fatally shot alongside his friend American Sniper author Chris Kyle. The Authorities have confirmed that the man the two men were trying to help suffered from post traumatic stress disorder. Littlefield’s father-in-law defends the idea of helping veterans through target practice as his son-in-law would assist Kyle in his efforts to help veterans. Police say the suspect 25 year old Eddie Ray Routh shot both men multiple times before fleeing on Feb. 2 and even told his sister as well as brother-in-law he couldn’t trust the men so he had to kill them before they killed him. Routh is in jail on a $3 million bond. Besides the hundreds who turned out for the funeral, hundreds of people lined the street to watch the procession pass. Both men became friends a few years ago as soccer dads and their families vacationed together on occasion. A memorial for Kyle is set for Monday at Cowboys Stadium in Arlington.