Popular Veteran Suicide

  This handout photo, taken in October 2010, provided by Ride 2 Recovery, shows Clay Hunt, right, with Nate Hunt in the 2010 California Ride. Hunt epitomized a vibrant Iraq veteran that he represented one in a public service announcement that reminded veterans they weren't alone. On March 31, Hunt bolted himself in his Houston apartment and shot himself died Friends and family say he was wracked with survivors’ guilt, and was frustrated that his work comforting veterans and changing what he saw as unjust policies was bearing little fruit. (AP Photo/Ride 2 Recovery)
This handout photo, taken in October 2010, provided by Ride 2 Recovery, shows Clay Hunt, right, with Nate Hunt in the 2010 California Ride. Hunt epitomized a vibrant Iraq veteran that he represented one in a public service announcement that reminded veterans they weren't alone. On March 31, Hunt bolted himself in his Houston apartment and shot himself died Friends and family say he was wracked with survivors’ guilt, and was frustrated that his work comforting veterans and changing what he saw as unjust policies was bearing little fruit. (AP Photo/Ride 2 Recovery)

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