Transcript for Alleged 'American Sniper' Killer Caught on Dash Cam While Being Arrested
The latest now on the American sniper murder trial. The jury shown dramatic dash cam video of Chris Kyle's killer after a high-speed chase and one officer saying Eddie routh had more souls to take. Ryan Owens there in stephenville, Texas. Reporter: Good morning. Prosecutors are focusing on the killer's action after the murder and the fact he was running from police shows he's not insane but a man who just committed a heinous crime. You're watching dash cam video of Eddie routh leading police on a chase just hours after he killed Chris Kyle and his friend, Chad Littlefield. One officer rams the truck. Watch the collision again. But it doesn't stop routh. The chase reaches speeds of more than 100 miles an hour before the truck breaks down in the middle of the interstate. Routh gets out, hands in the air and is swarmed by officers. The truck routh was in belonged to Kyle. Hero of the blockbuster "American sniper." I just want to get the bad guys. Reporter: Kyle and Littlefield brought routh to this gun range to help him cope with PTSD. That's where prosecutors say routh shot them both in the back. Prosecutors say the two men never saw it coming. Their pistols holstered their safeties on. He says that he killed two guys. They went out to a shooting range. Like he's all crazy. He's a psychotic. Reporter: Chris's widow was back in court after a second day after her tearful testimony Wednesday. Routh, a marine veteran is pleading not guilty by reason of insanity by pleaing from police proves he knows right from wrong. After the shootings prosecutors say this receipt shows routh stopped at taco bell to get burritos. One more video prosecutors showed the jury from an officer's body camera. That's routh sitting in Kyle's truck as police try to get him to surrender just before that chase. One officer testifies routh tells them, "I've taken a couple of souls and have some more souls to take." Routh's behavior on that tape is downright bizarre. He's rambling about the apocalypse and says voodoo is all around us and says "I think I'm going insane" and that obviously could help his defense. It sure can. Thanks very much. Now to Amy with today's other
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