Kurt Cobain‘s demise smelled like a conspiracy to some followers who desperately needed the Federal Bureau of Investigation to open a homicide probe into his premature demise, based on newly released FBI files on the late rocker.
“I solely want to obtain justice for and others who cherished this man as a lot as I did. This man was Kurt Cobain, belonging to a band referred to as Nirvana, and it was origanally [sic] thought and nonetheless accepted as the reality that he dedicated suicide,” one individual wrote to the FBI in 2007. “There has since been proof discovered that he was killed and didn’t commit suicide as initially thought.”
The letter was amongst 10 pages released with out fanfare or discover by the FBI to “The Vault,” an online archive. Cobain dedicated suicide in April 1994, forsaking spouse Courtney Love and daughter Frances Bean.
“We respect your concern that Mr. Cobain could have been the sufferer of a murder,” an agent mentioned in a boilerplate response explaining the FBI had no jurisdiction to open a homicide investigation.
The fan urged the FBI to take the case claiming the concept Cobain had been murdered “bothers me probably the most as a result of his killer remains to be on the market.”
The file additionally comprises pages from a 1997 fax from a manufacturing firm which oversees the tv sequence “Unsolved Mysteries,” mentioned Rolling Stone, which first reported the file had been made public.