Former U.S. Army doctor Harry Croft discussed PTSD in the military

World Today

“American Sniper,” Chris Kyle’s killer Eddie Ray Routh, has been sentenced to life in prison. Routh killed Kyle and his friend Chris Littlefield at a Texas gun range two years ago. Routh had served one tour of duty during the Iraq War. His defense team argued he suffered from post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) at the time of the killings. It’s a claim that Chris Kyle’s family disputed.

CCTV America interviewed Doctor Harry Croft for the discussion on PTSD in the military. He is a former U.S. Army doctor and the author of the PTSD help book “I Always Sit With My Back to the Wall.”