Taya Kyle of Midlothian, the widow of “American sniper” Chris Kyle, accepts the Legislative Medal of Honor from Texas Gov. Greg Abbott Wednesday as she stands with veterans she asked to join her at the podium during a ceremony on the front lawn of the Governor’s Mansion in Austin.
Taya Kyle of Midlothian, the widow of “American sniper” Chris Kyle, accepts the Legislative Medal of Honor from Texas Gov. Greg Abbott Wednesday as she stands with veterans she asked to join her at the podium during a ceremony on the front lawn of the Governor’s Mansion in Austin. Ralph Barrera Statesman.com via AP
Taya Kyle of Midlothian, the widow of “American sniper” Chris Kyle, accepts the Legislative Medal of Honor from Texas Gov. Greg Abbott Wednesday as she stands with veterans she asked to join her at the podium during a ceremony on the front lawn of the Governor’s Mansion in Austin. Ralph Barrera Statesman.com via AP

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August 26, 2015 06:34 PM