Police release 911 call from ‘terrified’ sister in sniper killing

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DALLAS, TX – It’s a chilling 911 phone call in north Texas.

“Listen, my brother just came by here. He’s now left. But he told me he’s committed a murder…”

Former Navy SEAL Chris Kyle, aka the most lethal sniper in U.S. history and Kyle’s friend Chad Littlefield were shot to death at a Texas gun range on Saturday.

They died at the hands of former marine Eddie Routh who suffers from post traumatic stress disorder.

Police say after the shootings, Routh jumped into Kyle’s truck and drove almost 70 miles to the town of Midlothian to the home of his sister.

That’s when Routh confessed to her that he had just killed both men.

When Routh left his sisters she called 911.

“I’m terrified for my life. Because I don’t know if he’s going to come back here. They went out to a shooting range. Like, he’s all crazy. He’s f***ing psychotic…”

Routh is in custody and is under a 24-hour suicide watch. He will face murder charges.

Chris Kyle will always be remembered as a hero to this country and it’s a shame his bell was rung too soon.