I think it’s a bit insensitive. He was human after all and the man has a family. Perhaps taking this man to a shooting range was a mistake and I’m sure in hindsight, Kyle wouldn’t have done so. But everyone makes mistakes. This mistake has had him and his friend murdered and a 25 year old put in jail for life or the death penalty. You can’t really blame someone for their own murder. I’m sure he didn’t wake up that morning and think; “Argh, I might try to help someone today by taking him to a shooting range so that he can murder me and my buddy”.
My question is, considering his condition is due to military service and fighting in war, where was the support from the Government he fought for?
Where does their responsibility, or even culpability, begin and end?