“I only wish to receive justice for and for others who loved this man as much as I did. This man was Kurt Cobain, from a group called Nirvana, and it was originally [sic] thought and still accepted as the truth that he had committed suicide, “wrote one person to the FBI in 2007.” Since then it has been proven that he was killed and did not commit suicide as it was thought. the origin.
The letter was part of 10 pages published without fanfare or notice by the FBI to “The Vault,” an online archive. Cobain committed suicide in April 1994, leaving behind his wife Courtney Love and daughter Frances Bean.
“We appreciate your concern that Mr. Cobain may have been the victim of a homicide,” one agent said in a standard response explaining that the FBI lacked jurisdiction to initiate a murder investigation.
The fan urged the FBI to take the case, saying the idea that Cobain was murdered “bothers me the most because his killer is still there.” ”
The file also contains pages from a 1997 fax from a production company that oversees the “Unsolved Mysteries” television series, said Rolling Stone, who first reported that the file had been released to the public.