Kurt Cobain Suicide Reopened

The police have released a note found Kurt Coben’s wallet that has been kept secret for 20 years now. Kurt Cobain was discovered dead in his Seattle home and the note questions the belief that his death was a suicide. The note, obtained by CBS, mocks the rock idol’s vows with his then-wife Courtney Love.

The note is written on stationery from the Phoenix Hotel outside of San Francisco and is in stark contrast to Combain’s presumed suicide note that calls Love a “goddess of a wife who sweats ambition and empathy.”

credit: Seattle Police Department

The Seattle Police have publicly released 34 photographs taken at the crime scene. See them in a gallery at the Seattle Police Department blotter website.

The review confirmed the King County Medical Examiner’s original determination that Cobain’s death was a suicide, using a shotgun to shoot himself after taking what would have likely been a lethal dose of heroin.

Though it is unusual for police to reopen a case closed two decades ago, Ciesynski said in the statement that because of the case’s high profile, detectives put the Cobain file into storage: “There were so many conspiracy theories out there, it was good judgement on their behalf to hold to this.”

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