Kurt Cobain’s FBI Case Files Released 1st Time Ever, as Foul Play is Now Suspected

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Kurt Cobain FBI case files released 2021, as the nearly 30-year-old case is questioned now with some suspecting foul play. After 27 years, the Federal Bureau of Investigation released a file containing correspondences about theories related to the death of his passing.

The brief 10-page file from the FEDS, centers around two letters sent from names that have been blocked out. The documents urged the FBI to treat the death as murder, rather than a suicide. In the file, a redacted author wrote, “The police who took up the case were never very serious in investigating it as a murder but from the beginning insisted on it being a suicide. This bothers me the most because his killer is still out there.”

It also revealed that through evidence, that there were no prints on the gun he allegedly shot himself with. However, the author went as far as to saying that the suicide note left behind wasn’t even written in Cobain’s handwriting.

Even more interesting, is that a January 1997 fax sent to Los Angeles FBI, revealed private investigator and former LA County Sherriff deputy, Tom Grant, believing foul play. He went to say he had suspicion that the suicide ruling was a rush to judgment, including finding multiple inconsistencies with the investigation.

However, Grant’s Fax closed out with saying that his alleged suicide note was believed to be a retirement letter from Kurt to his fans.
Below, we’ve enclosed the direct link to their website to read the 10-page file.

Read the entire Kurt Cobain FBI File 👈

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