The Federal Bureau of Investigation quietly released its file on Kurt Cobain in April, and it contains letters from concerned individuals about the cause of the Nirvana frontman's death.
The FBI quietly released its file on Kurt Cobain in April, and it contains letters from concerned individuals about the cause of the Nirvana frontman's death.
Love and Death: The Murder of Kurt Cobain.The FBI sent identical responses to both parties, signed by Linda M. Trigeiro-Pabst from the executive secretariat office."We appreciate your concern that Mr. Cobain may have been the victim of a homicide. However, most homicide investigations generally fall within the jurisdiction of state and local authorities," the official response read."In order for the FBI to initiate an investigation of any complaint we receive, specific facts must be present to indicate that a violation of federal law within our investigative jurisdiction has occurred. Based on the information you provided, we are unable to identify any violation of federal law within the investigative jurisdiction of the FBI. We are, therefore, unable to take any investigative action in this case."
The FBI had identical correspondence with another person who communicated with U.S. Attorney General Janet Reno in 2000, but the details of the initial concern from the third individual was not included in the file.Furthermore, the last pages of the file contain a fax from Jan. 30, 1997, that was sent to the FBI's Los Angeles and D.C. offices (and several NBC executives) from Cosgrove/Meurer Productions, the company behind the documentary series
Unsolved Mysteries, which aired an episode addressing the theories behind Cobain's untimely death in February 1997. The fax indicated that Tom Grant, an L.A.-based private investigator and former L.A. County Sheriff’s deputy, believed the ruling of Cobain's death as a suicide was"a rush to judgment" due to the"inconsistencies" in the case. Grant appears to be the same P.I. Love hired out of concern for her husband's well-being, and was mentioned in the 2003-dated letter sent to the FBI. headtopics.com
CMP co-founder Terry Meurer toldRolling Stone on May 7,"We reach out to the FBI for various stories and try to get information on them. We still do that -- we were just talking to the FBI yesterday about a request. We’re in constant contact with them. So that was a typical communication."Read more: billboard »
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FBI file reveals letters claiming Nirvana singer Kurt Cobain was murderedThe release came without prior public notice and nearly 27 years after the singer's death. Really? Newsweek is going down this habit hole? Who's your journalists? Brian Kilmeade? The FBI revealed them, but it doesn’t mean they endorse the idea. えー
FBI Releases Case Files On Nirvana Frontman Kurt Cobain’s DeathThe Federal Bureau of Investigation has released a 10-page report to “The Vault,” the FBI’s Freedom of Information Act library, on the 1994 death of Nirvana guitarist Kurt Cobain by suicide. The fi… Wow Courtney Love. I’m just saying. Imagine being the FBI, an intelligence and investigation service of the entire US, and not believing a US murder investigation is in your jurisdiction...
FBI Quietly Releases File On Suspicions Raised About Kurt Cobain's DeathPeople who wrote to the agency were told an investigation of his death, which had been ruled a suicide, was outside the FBI's jurisdiction. Courtney killed Kurt Lmao...no...this conspiracy theory is about as plausible as Trump’s nonsensical stolen election conspiracy This is preposterous. Guy committed suicide.
FBI Releases File on Kurt Cobain's DeathLetters address speculation that the singer died by homicide.
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