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Nate Burrell Biography
Nate Burrell, from the A&E documentary series 60 Days In, has died.
Burrell committed suicide Saturday night. Chelsey Walker, Nate’s sister, tells TMZ that he shot himself “in public” in downtown Allegan, Michigan.
Burrell, who had just turned 33, posted a long note on Facebook on Saturday at 10:26 a.m. One part of the note said: “This is not an admission of guilt. I am tired, I have been through many things in my life, the pain of my situation now hurts more than I ever imagined. I cannot move on.” He continued: “I can only imagine how bad all this would turn out, all the legal garbage that would come after this with custody and everything else. You win! You’ve promised me for weeks that you will ruin my life and I had no idea who I was messing with. You’re right, I didn’t know who I was messing with. ”
The post continued: “I know that many of you will think that you might have changed your mind, I assure you that you would not … we all have our day, our time to go, most feel that we should not decide that, but I am here to tell you that I have made that decision and, as difficult as it is, I am happy with my decision. ”
” Burrell wrote: “Our military and their families need it
He goes on to refer to several friends and family, before urging the United States to “renew” the “behavioral health side.” Burrell wrote: “Our military and their families need it … Our military and their families need it. I checked into the hospital for wanting to commit suicide and from the beginning I felt like a criminal going to jail. Stripped of my dignity and identity and personal property. I needed my family and friends during this time and you took it from me. Not being able to communicate put me in a darker hole than I was originally, which was very hard on me mentally. I would have told you anything to get me out of that place even if it meant it was okay when it wasn’t. Didn’t you help me, did you keep me prisoner so I couldn’t hurt myself?
Burrell served as a Marine from 2006 to 2010, during which time he completed two tours in Iraq. At the time of his death, he was working as a Michigan Fish and Wildlife Officer. He was honorably discharged in 2013 and a year later earned his associate degree in criminal justice.